Faversham Town will look to respond to back-to-back defeats against Corinthian-Casuals and Folkestone Invicta when they travel to second-placed Leatherhead on Wednesday evening.
The Lilywhites have seen debatable game-changing decisions go against them in the past two games.
This has left them with a lot to do if they are to get back into contention for a Ryman South play-off position.
Leatherhead also come into this match on the back of a defeat after they fell to a surprise 3-2 loss against Merstham on Saturday.
However, the Tanners are almost certain to finish in the play-offs if they cannot catch league leaders Peacehaven & Telscombe.
This will be the first meeting between the two sides this season, as this fixture was originally postponed in January when the home team's ground suffered from severe flooding.
In the encounters last season, the Lilywhites won 1-0 both times. James Peacock scored the only goal at the Shepherd Neame Stadium, while David Botterill hit an 80th minute winner to secure the Lilywhite's third-placed finish on the final day of the last campaign.
The match could be Jack Harris's last appearance in a Faversham shirt, as Maidstone United's injury-crisis worsens and his one-month loan comes towards its conclusion.
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