Saturday sees the Daniels visit Staffordshire to face in-form Chasetown.
The home side have won six out of their last seven games; beating Carlton (4-2), Bedworth (3-1), Leek (1-0), Peterborough Sport (3-2), Market Drayton (3-1) and Spalding (2-1), in this time only getting beaten by Workington (3-1) in the FA Trophy. They currently sit in 7th place having gained 31 points from 18 games with a goal difference of +1 having scored 31 and conceded 30.
On the other hand the Daniels come into the game on the back three losses and two victories. The two victories were against Kidsgrove (4-1) and Belper (3-0) and the three defeats have come against Coalville (5-1), Basford (2-1) and Droylsden (2-1). This form have seen them sit in 10th place with 27 points from 18 games with a goal difference +11 with 29 goals scored and conceded 18. Last season against the Scholars the Daniels were twice victorious, winning both games 2-1.