FC Halifax Town aim to get back to winning ways on Saturday when they travel to Aldershot.
The Shaymen’s 100 per cent start was brought to a halt on Tuesday night when they lost 1-0 at 10-man Wrexham, a result which knocked them off top-spot in the National League.
Before then, they had beaten Ebbsfleet (4-1), Hartlepool (2-0) and Dagenham and Redbridge (1-0).
Midfielder Niall Maher tweaked his hamstring the day before the Wrexham game but it is hoped he will be fit for Saturday.
Winger Danny Williams is expected to be back for the home game with Fylde next week from his hamstring injury.
Aldershot have won just one of their first four matches - 1-0 at Woking - losing the other three against Fylde (2-1), Solihull (2-1) and Bromley (1-0).
Manager Danny Searle was appointed in May a day after he resigned as Braintree boss and has been a coach in the academies at Chelsea, Charlton and West Ham.
The Shots were relegated from the National League last season, but were handed their place in the division back when Gateshead were demoted.
Twelve new signings have been made, alongside the retention of five senior players, and the promotion into the first-team squad of several academy players.
The Shots have only won once in their last 17 home matches - when they beat Havant and Waterlooville 2-0 in April.
Halifax lost 3-0 at Aldershot last season, and have only won five times in 32 visits to Aldershot, the last of which came courtesy of Scott McManus’ winner in December 2017.
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Saturday’s National League fixtures:
AFC Fylde v Woking
Aldershot Town v FC Halifax Town
Barnet v Chesterfield
Boreham Wood v Sutton United
Dagenham & Redbridge v Harrogate Town
Dover Athletic v Torquay United
Hartlepool United v Bromley
Maidenhead United v Chorley
Solihull Moors v Ebbsfleet United
Stockport County v Eastleigh
Barrow v Yeovil Town
Sunday’s National League fixture:
Notts County v Wrexham