FC Halifax Town put their 100 per cent record on the line on Tuesday night (7.45pm) when they travel to title favourites Salford.
They Shaymen have beaten Braintree and Barrow 2-0 and Maidstone 3-0 in their first three games of the season, meaning they are one of only four sides with nine points, and one of only three sides yet to concede a goal in the National League.
By contrast, Salford are yet to win, having drawn with 1-1 with Leyton Orient before 2-1 defeats at Gateshead and Sutton United.
An 88th minute own goal by former Halifax defender Liam Hogan denied Salford a win on the opening day. Striker adam Rooney, who joined from Aberdeen for a reported £300,000, scored at Gateshead, but that was wiped out by a double from Luke Armstrong. Then on Saturday, part-owner Gary Neville watching on, defender Carl Piergianni handed Salford the lead, but it was again cancelled out as first Craig Eastmond and then Ross Lafayette turned the game on its head, despite Aswad thomas being sent-off for Sutton.
Ex-Halifax midfielder Lois Maynard is also among the ranks at Salford, who are managed by former Fleetwood and Scunthorpe boss Graham Alexander.
Halifax were missing injured duo Josh Staunton (ankle) and Ryan Sellers (groin) on Saturday, and boss Jamie Fullarton said after the game it was too early to tell whether they would be fit to return.
Tuesday’s National League fixtures:
AFC Fylde v Solihull Moors
Aldershot Town v Dagenham & Redbridge
Barrow v Chesterfield
Boreham Wood v Gateshead
Braintree Town v Hartlepool United
Dover Athletic v Havant & Waterlooville
Eastleigh v Bromley
Ebbsfleet United v Sutton United
Harrogate Town v Barnet
Maidenhead United v Wrexham
Maidstone United v Leyton Orient
Salford City v FC Halifax Town