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Hopefully with the weather getting a little better most of the midweek games will take place and there is a really important one tonight at Grosvenor Vale when 3rd placed Wealdstone take on 4th placed AFC Hornchurch. A win for the home side would put them two points behind the current top two of Maidstone United and Dulwich Hamlet (who both lost on Saturday) with two and three games in hand. There is one other game tonight when Kingstonian entertain Wingate and Finchley who still need to pick up points to stay away from the drop zone. The K's will be looking to put their unexpected 1-4 home defeat to Hendon on Saturday behind them.
COULD ENFIELD TOWN MOVE OUT OF THE BOTTOM FOUR?
Tomorrow night the focus goes to the relegation fight where Enfield Town could possibly move out of the bottom four with a home victory over Lewes. This is dependant on Thamesmead Town's result on their away trip to Margate. Carshalton Athletic and Cray Wanderers who are now well adrift at the bottom of the table are also in action with The Robins travelling to Bury Town and Wanderers welcoming Leiston. If either of these two sides avoid the drop they will have performed a minor miracle from the position they are currently in.
Wednesday evening see's another massive game with Grays Athletic looking to get the three points to avoid slipping further down the table and their visitors Lowestoft Town needing a win to stay in touch with the top five play off zone. The TrawlerBoys are currently in seventh position. Grays have been worst affected by the weather postponements having only played 23 league games so far which is in stark contract to the 33 played by Thamesmead Town just below them in the table. Their home League Cup tie against Division One (North) side Chatham Town has been switched and is now scheduled to be played tonight in Kent.