The busy run of games continues on Tuesday night with a National League North fixture at Gainsborough Trinity. Kevin Wilkin’s side will want to build on Saturday’s exhilarating win at Stockport County to keep the pressure on at the top of the table, especially as the next two Saturdays will be taken up by FA Trophy semi-finals.  The displaced league fixtures against Chorley (at home) and Spennymoor (away) await re-scheduling.  The re-arranged home games against Boston United and Bradford PA have been set for Tuesday 27 March and Tuesday 17 April.

Gainsborough sit three points from safety but along with Telford have games in hand over those just above the drop-zone. Recent home form in particular is strong with three wins from four matches.

Trinity have had a recent managerial change. Lee Sinnott stepped into the manager’s shoes at Northolme just a month ago with the task of ensuring Trinity’s place in National League North and building a platform for next season.

Sinnott has made several signings, the latest bringing Nicky Walker to the club from Shaw Lane AFC. Walker scored the winning goal in added time on his first appearance in the 1-0 win over Kidderminster last Saturday.

MK Dons game at SJP on Monday evening was called off as the pitch was water-logged after rain all day in Brackley. After further rain over-night the forecast is dry all day for Tuesday so the game at Gainsborough should go ahead but check before travelling.

If you cannot get to the game you can follow the action on the club website through Twitter.