The Bulls face their 19th and final league away trip of the season as they make the short trip across Nottinghamshire to Carlton.
With only pride to play for after last week's relegation announcement, AFC slumped to a disappointing 4-0 home defeat to Stamford on Saturday and face another tough test of their character as they come up against a side in desperate need of three points.
The trip is the Bulls' penultimate game of the season before heading down to Step 5 of non-league football, with Frickley Athletic visiting the Forest Town Arena next weekend for the final fixture.
Hosts Carlton have everything to play for still, two points above bottom side Gresley knowing that only one of either two sides, Spalding or Wisbech will go down alongside the Bulls.
If Gresley fail to take maximum points on Monday afternoon, a victory for Carlton would secure Evo-Stik League consolidation for another season.
But with just two wins at home in the league all season, the Millers will be up against the odds to find all three points.
Midfielder Pat Lindley serves the final of his five-game suspension, whilst Julian Lawrence remains out of action through injury.
Mark Ward has all other players to choose from, although the expected lineup remains uncertain.
Bill Stokeld Stadium
Adults | £8
Concessions | £6
Kids | £3