16 January 2014– Alfreton Town FC v Tamworth FC
Nicky Law’s Alfreton Town welcome Tamworth to North Street in their hunt for a Skill Conference Premier playoff place. The home side will be hoping that top scorer Samuel Akinde can add to his tally for the season against a Tamworth side who aren’t having the strongest of seasons thus far. The Lambs’ boss Dale Belford will be looking to his squad to put in a strong performance against contenders for the playoffs and will be planning to take the 3 points back to the The Lamb Ground if possible.
6 February 2014– Kidderminster Harriers FC v Cambridge United FC
This fixture sees two of the Skill Conference Premier’s on form sides meeting at the Aggborough with both sides looking to take 3 points and one step closer to automatic promotion. Steve Burr’s Kidderminster Harriers will be looking to continue their impressive run of form this season. The likes of Amari Morgan-Smith, Joe Lolley and Anthony Malbon will be looking to add to their goal tallies. In order to do so they will need to break down a strong U’s defence which has been a great foundation for the club this season, both at home and on the road.
13 February 2014 – Chester FC v FC Halifax Town
Chester host an FC Halifax side who are still very much in with a chance of earning a coveted play-off place. Neil Young’s men have not picked up as many points as they would have liked so far this season so a win at the Deva Stadium would be a lift for the side. Halifax however haven’t made a habit of giving points away easily this season and will be doing everything they can to ensure they take all three back to Yorkshire. Forward Lee Gregory will be hoping to increase his already impressive goal haul this season and Chester will need to ensure he has a quiet evening if they want to come out on top in the fixture.