ALTRINCHAM face a trip to league leaders Chorley on Saturday afternoon (3pm) as they look to pick up their second away victory on the bounce after success last time out.
The Robins ended a run of four league games without a win at the weekend when they beat Boston United 2-1 and will now be looking to upset a side that are three points clear at the top of the National League North.
Chorley have continued on from last season under manager Jamie Vermigilio, who took over from Matt Jansen in the summer after spending several years as his assistant manager, and he is certainly making a name for himself with the Magpies currently three points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand on Bradford (Park Avenue) heading into Saturday's fixture.
Vermigilio's side have shown a knack for getting goals from all over the pitch so far this season without really having a prolific striker amongst their ranks, so they certainly have plenty of threats on the pitch for teams to be aware of.
The Magpies saw their game against Brackley Town postponed at the weekend and were denied a victory at Hereford last time out thanks to an injury-time equaliser from Josh Gowling in a 1-1 draw, so they too will be aiming for victory as they look to extend their league at the top of the table.
Last time out:
The two sides have yet to meet this campaign, with the reverse fixture set to take place at The J.Davidson Stadium in April, so the last meeting came back in January 2017.
Chorley came away with a 2-0 victory at Victory Park that day thanks to first half goals from Jack Sampson and Jake Cottrell, so the Robins will be hoping for a better result this time out.
Supporters planning on going via train should note that the Northern Rail strike this weekend will be severely affected, with no trains running after 5pm when the game finishes.
Services are running from Manchester Oxford Road to Bolton BEFORE the game, where supporters will have to change for a rail replacement bus to take them to Chorley railway station.
Trains not running after the game means that the 125 bus from Chorley Bus Station to Bolton Interchange followed by the 37 from Bolton Interchange to Piccadilly Gardens is the best option on that front.
There is very limited parking at Victory Park so supporters are advised that there is a small car park off Pilling Lane that will cost £3 per person and is first come first served, whilst there is plenty of street parking available too.
Most car parks in the town centre are free after 1pm on Saturdays, which is another option.
Juniors (12-16) £5
Under 11s FREE
Through The Years by Howard Watts & Mike Garnett - 12th January
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