FC Halifax Town head to Curzon Ashton tomorrow (3.0) aiming for their 10th win in 12 games in all competitions.
Town boss Billy Heath says super sub Matty Kosylo may have to wait his turn for a starting place, despite his recent goalscoring heroics.
Nathan Hotte will miss the game through suspension, while centre-back Danny Hone is still a couple of weeks away from fitness after a medial ligament injury.
Heath was hopeful he could bring in “one or two” new players in time for tomorrow’s game, but was tight-lipped about their identities.
If Town don’t complete any new signings before Saturday, Kevin Roberts could be set to move to replace Hotte at centre-half, meaning Cliff Moyo would probably start at right-back.
Curzon registered only their fourth league win in 17 games when they beat Gloucester 2-0 last Saturday before also beating Westfields 3-1 in the FA Cup on Monday.
But they are yet to win a league game at home this season, while only four teams have scored fewer goals in the division than them.
Halifax are the third highest scorers in the league and have the fourth best defensive record along with Telford.
Saturday’s National League North fixtures:
AFC Fylde v Boston United
AFC Telford United v Darlington
Alfreton Town v Altrincham
Brackley Town v Harrogate Town
Chorley v Gloucester City
Curzon Ashton v FC Halifax Town
FC United of Manchester v Nuneaton Town
Kidderminster Harriers v Gainsborough Trinity
Salford City v Worcester City
Stockport County v Bradford Park Avenue
Tamworth v Stalybridge Celtic