Enfield Town make the trip to Merstham this Saturday and it's good news for fans travelling down from North London - there is free entry to the game as it's Mertsham FC's Family Day.
Ryman Premier Division Fixtures
Saturday 9th April 2016
Bognor Regis Town v Leatherhead
The Rocks still need to keep winning to stay in the play-off zone. After three defeats in a row they got back to winning way on Wednesday with a 0-4 away win at Burgess Hill Town
Brentwood Town v Kingstonian
The K's need a win to keep pushing the play-offs - If the home side lose they will be very close to relegation back to Division One (South)
Burgess Hill Town v Hendon
18th v 19th in the table - Both teams are probably just safe from the threat of relegation with a seven point gap between them and Farnborough in 21sth place. A win would near enough guarantee them safety - A defeat would make it a nervy final few games for either side.
East Thurrock United v VCD Athletic
VCD are confirmed as relegated so the pressure is off. Could they spring a shock on title chasing East Thurrock?
Farnborough v Hampton & Richmond Borough
Title favourites go to relegation threatened Farnborough. The home side are unbeaten in five games and have won four of those. Could be a tricky trip for Hampton?
Grays Athletic v Needham Market
The home side are safe but there have been lots of changes to their side over the past few weeks. Needham Market are well in the relegation fight with Farnborough's change in form of late. They are unbeaten in their last three away games so form says a Needham Market victory.
Harrow Borough v Wingate & Finchley
Harrow are not 'mathematically' safe as yet but should stay up barring a remarkable run of results. Wingate are comfortably in mid-table. Still Middlesex pride on offer at Earlsmead.
Leiston v Dulwich Hamlet
Leiston's 2-2 draw at Staines Town last weekend put a real dent in their already outside play-off hopes. Hamlet need a win to keep their play-off hopes going.
Lewes v Staines Town
Like VCD the pressure is off for Lewes now as they were confirmed as relegated last weekend. Staines are like Harrow and not yet 'mathematically' safe but they won't go down in my opinion.With manager Johnson Hippolyte confirmed as staying in the hot seat for next season there is a real chance they will finish alot higher up the division next season. I think every fan of opposing sides in the Premier Division will be very disappointed to see The Rooks relegated as The Dripping Pan is one of the best away days of the season.
Merstham v Enfield Town
The home side are 10th and will be very pleased with mid-table obscurity in their first campaign at Step Three of the non-league ladder. Any points dropped by The Towners will all but end their play-off hopes.
Metropolitan Police v Canvey Island
The massive and gigantic battle of 14th v 15th. Both sides are safe from relegation and not involved in the race for the play-offs - could still be a classic!
Tonbridge Angels v Billericay Town
Tonbridge need a win to keep their slim title chances alive for another week - they need to see Hampton lose as well for them to still be in with a chance. They will definitely finish in the play-off zone which is a vast improvement on their 20th place finish last season where they flirted with relegation to D1S.