Two sides in need of a win meet in League Two this weekend as Barrow face Wrexham.
Barrow currently sit 6th in League Two with two wins, one draw and one loss from their first four games of the season.
Barrow kicked off their campaign with a 2-1 win away at Tranmere Rovers before registering successive wins with a 2-1 win against Sutton United.
Barrow were then held to a 1-1 draw with Accrington Stanley before falling to their first defeat of the season in a 1-0 loss to Stockport County last time out.
The loss to Stockport was fairly narrow in scoreline but ultimately it was deserved for Barrow so they'll be looking to rebound in a tough game here.
They've only played one game in front of their own fans this season which ended in a 2-1 win over Sutton, so they'll be hoping they can make Holker Street a fortress this season to help aid a play-off push.
They're still in a good position despite their most recent defeat and a win here would allow them to accumulate some serious momentum. It'll likely be a tight encounter but one that could go either way.
Wrexham currently sit 15th in League Two with one win, two draws and one loss from their first four games of the season.
The Welsh club started their season with a 3-5 loss to MK Dons before drawing 1-1 away at AFC Wimbledon.
Wrexham then registered their first win of the season in a 4-2 win over Walsall being held to a thrilling 5-5 draw by Swindon Town.
The game against Swindon was one of the best games in recent memory with the home side 3-5 down heading into injury times before goals from James Jones (90+2') and Elliot Lee (90+6') rescued a point for Wrexham.
Wrexham's season on the whole has not gone to plan thus far as they entered the campaign as most people's favourites for automatic promotion, but top scorer Paul Mullin picked up an injury in preseason that has seen him miss the early portion of the season while his side have failed to hit the ground running in the way many people thought they would.
It's still very early days and Wrexham may well win the league title, but it looks quite clear that the rest of the league are far closer to them in quality than many people anticipated.
The draw against Swindon will have felt like a win for Wrexham given the circumstances so they should come into this one with the wind in their sails but given recent performances a win will not come easily.
For our Barrow vs. Wrexham prediction, we're going for a 2-2 draw.