The Bulls hope to build on last weekend's draw at Ossett when they make the long journey up to Marske United.
A late, late Alex McQuade equaliser denied a huge win for AFC on the road last Saturday, but Mark Ward's side will still be travelling up to Marske-by-the-Sea with some extra confidence after a pleasing display.
Although the Bulls top the mini league at the bottom end of the Evo-Stik NPL East Division table, they have played a game or two more than many teams below them and will want to secure as many points as they can.
Victory wouldn't change their position but could nudge them six points clear of danger if either Stocksbridge or Carlton fail to pick up points.
Mid-table Marske had a strong start to their East Division campaign at the beginning of the season, winning four of their opening six league fixtures, but now a play-off finish would be nothing short of a miracle, with the Seasiders ten points adrift of the top five.
Home comforts have been important for United so far this season, with eight of their 11 league victories being earned on home turf.
With the joint-third best defence in the entire East Division, the Bulls will once again need to be at their best to grind out any result.
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