Witton look to follow up last Saturday's excellent result against Basford United when they welcome Scarborough Athletic to Wincham Park in a Northern Premier League Premier Division fixture on Saturday afternoon.
The Yorkshire club have begun the season in good form, taking seven points from their opening three league games which have all been played away from home and have yet to concede a goal.
Their playing squad looks different from last season with some high profile players having moved on, most notably goalkeeper Tommy Taylor and prolific striker James Walshaw.
Albion confirmed the departure of Cesaire Lingouba to Matlock Town earlier this week. In midfield, loanee Regan Griffiths is likely to continue after an impressive debut last weekend following his move to Wincham Park from Crewe Alexandra.
Forward James Hooper made his first league appearance off the bench last week against Basford United and he will be looking to continue his return from injury this week.
Last season saw Witton take four points from the two league meetings, a goalless draw at the Flamingoland Stadium early in the campaign but the return at Wincham Park saw Albion run out 3-1 winners with goals from Billy Smart, Will Jones & an Adam Anson penalty with the aforementioned James Walshaw netting Scarborough's consolation.
The two sides are separated by only one point so the game is crucial to both sides, as they look to get closer to leaders Warrington Town.
Parking: The Car Park for Home Supporters is past the Social Club on the right. Parking must be staggered to enable social distancing. Away Supporters and players should park to the right of the stadium as you approach from the access road - whilst ensuring social distancing rules when parking.
Admission is by Cash at the turnstiles but is restricted to a maximum of 600 and face coverings should be worn whilst queuing at the turnstiles. Please have the correct money available if possible.
Admission Prices: Adults £11, Over 65's/Disabled £8, Young Adults (18-21) £6, Under 18's £2 (FREE with Junior Membership). Season Ticket Holders & GOLD Membership Card Holders - Admitted FREE.
Matchday Programme: 56 pages for just £2! Your packed issue of the award-winning matchday programme 'Albion News' will look at our opposition, the latest news from around the leagues, our usual columnists and much more besides! Available from the Museum/Club Shop and the Social Club.
Stadium Guidelines: Whilst inside the stadium, please adhere to social distancing rules and follow directions of the stewards including in the main stand unless part of a "bubble." Please note: The NHS COVID 19 App is now required by law in all football stadia. Everyone over the age of 16 MUST provide their contact details in order to assist the "Track & Trace" System.
Social Club: The Social Club is open from 1pm and will be table service only. Please remember to bring your face coverings.
Access to the Social Club is by way of the main entrance then in through the Stelfox Lounge to the main room and is clearly marked - Please follow the markers at all times. Please note: Alcohol can only be served to people whilst sat at the tables and there is a maximum number permitted in the main room of 50 + 10 in the Stelfox Lounge. Please note: The Social Club is NOT accessible from inside the stadium. Exit from the Social Club is via the double doors to the left of the bar onto the Car Park.
Please note: Alcohol is NOT to be taken inside the stadium.
Refreshments: The Tea Bar (Queenie's) will be open inside the stadium but please follow the guidelines and face coverings should be worn whilst queuing at the Tea Bar. Please note: Food will NOT be available inside the Social Club at the present time.
Additional Information: Season Tickets & Membership Cards will be available for collection on the turnstiles if not already collected from the Club Office.
For all supporters wishing to attend the game, please can you check out our updated COVID Risk Assessment on the website.