After an impressive seven game winning streak, the Gingerbreads will now be hoping they can't make it three consecutive defeats after losing to both Chorley and Matlock Town in the past week, the latter being on Tuesday night, losing 3-2 with a rotated squad.
The weekend also gives Grantham an opportunity to move to the top of the table, providing they win and Altrincham and Warrington pick up defeats. As it stands Grantham are 3rd in the table.
Home side Witton Albion meanwhile have won three games on the bounce, including a 3-2 win away to Nantwich Town in the Integro League Cup Second Round. Witton have also had a fairly enjoyable start to the season and are 8th in the league, four points off the play-off places.
Grantham manager Adam Stevens says he is keen for his players to react to the defeats: "The past two games have been disappointing in terms of results so now is the time to react. We need to be at our absolute best and make sure we hit the ground running early on to get the three points."
Luke Shaw is the only absentee with a long term injury, otherwise the rest of the squad is available.
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Updated 14:06 - 1 Dec 2017 by Andy Sutton