Seventh-placed Atherton Collieries provide Witton with their latest challenge when they arrive at Wincham Park in a Northern Premier League fixture on Saturday afternoon.
Albion look to make it four wins in a row and five out of the last six games, but Atherton have also hit form as their latest victory in midweek - a 5-0 home success against Bamber Bridge shows.
A Witton win potentially takes them back into second place depending on other team's results, having dropped to fourth in midweek due to other games and also our inactivity due to the scheduled fixture at Hyde United being postponed due to Covid.
On the other hand, a victory for the visitors would take them above Albion in the table so, the game is crucial to both sides and will be a tough one to call.
One familiar face who won't be lining up against us on Saturday is former Witton striker Kyle Sambor, who has surprisingly moved on to Widnes at a time when he was showing good form with Collieries but, we will still have other players to be aware of so this won't be an easy test.
Witton will be confident of continuing their recent run but anything they get from the game will have to be earned.
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: 52 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.
Junior Members: The Tea Bar in the corner of the stadium at the Wincham End will also be open for a variety of snacks such as Chocolate Bars, Sweets & Soft Drinks but Queenie's Tea Bar can still be used for Hot Food if preferred.
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.
Prior to the game, the Premier League game between West Ham United & Manchester City will be shown on BT sport on the big screen in the Social Club and then Manchester United vs Chelsea after the game on Sky Sports.
Please note: Numbers are restricted in the Social Club, Face Coverings should be worn at all times (apart from when drinking) and furniture should be left in its current place and NOT moved.