Welling United round off the Easter weekend with a visit of Eastbourne Borough to Park View Road on Monday afternoon (3pm).
The Wings kicked off the Bank Holiday festivities with a point from a goalless draw at Dover on Good Friday and will now return to DA16 looking to build on the victory over Bath City last time out at home as the end of the season draws near.
In terms of team news, Warren Feeney will welcome Stefan Payne back into the fold with the forward now having served his three-match suspension, although Amadou Kassarate still has two games remaining on his five-match ban.
Eastbourne are on the hunt for a place in the play-offs come May and are very much knocking on the door.
They currently sit in 8th place, just one point off the play-off places and two points off fifth.
‘The Sports’ come into the game with just one defeat in their last eight and registered a 2-1 victory at home over 10-man Dartford on Friday.
After 42 games played, they have won 20, drawn five and lost 17.
Warren Feeney: “We’ll have to dust them off and go again. We’ve had players playing makeshift positions and doing a good job.
“It will be a good game and the fans have got to support the players, no matter what. Let’s make this place a fortress and go together.”
Eastbourne Borough boss, Danny Bloor: “All it was about was getting three points on Good Friday [against Dartford].
“We can enjoy ourselves, but make no mistake about it, we have to no prepare ourselves to go to Welling on Bank Holiday Monday.”
LAST TIME OUT
The Wings came out on top in the reverse fixture at Priory Lane back in September, with Stefan Payne grabbing the only goal of the game after 58 minutes.
Aaron Farmer will be the man in the middle on Easter Monday. He has overseen 28 matches this season, last visiting Park View Road for the 4-2 defeat to Dulwich Hamlet in January.
He will be assisted by Tolu Sangowawa and Daniel Procter.
Tickets for the clash with Eastbourne Borough are available to purchase online and in advance and supporters are encouraged to do so to avoid congestion at the turnstiles on matchday.
Tickets are available to purchase online now or at the turnstiles on the day priced £15 adults, £10 concessions and students and £7 for U16s, while U11s go FREE when accompanied by an adult.