Two sides coming off the back of big wins meet in League Two this weekend as Forest Green Rovers face Crewe Alexandra.
Forest Green Rovers currently sit 18th in the League Two table with two wins, one draw and three losses from their first six games of the season.
It's been a poor start to the campaign overall for a Forest Green side that are newly relegated from League One, with their fans likely hoping they're not in for another long and arduous relegation battle.
They're coming into this game in poor league form overall having won just one of their last four games, but that win came in their most recent match as they beat Sutton United 1-0 away from home courtesy of a Harvey Bunker goal in the 63rd minute.
The win at Sutton was a big one and it had a performance to match it's magnitude with Forest Green deserving winners having dominated possession and chances.
The top things off Forest Green surged to a thumping with in the EFL Trophy in midweek as they hammered League One Shrewsbury Town 3-0 by way of goals from Dylan Kadji, Tyrese Omotoye and Mathew Stevens.
Whether this last week proves to be a turning point for Forest Green remains to be seen, but they're coming into this game in the best shape of the season thus far and they'll be mightily confident of claiming all three points.
Their form at home is a concern, however, with Forest Green having lost all three League Two games on their own patch by seven goals to one.
They need another big performance here but if they manage to claim three points it could turn out to be transformative for their season.
Crewe Alexandra currently sit 11th in League Two with two wins, three draws and one loss from their first six games of the season.
Crewe have enjoyed a solid start to the campaign having suffered just one defeat in the league and they'll be hoping they can build on their showing and deliver a memorable campaign for their fans after such a mediocre season last time out.
They're coming into this game off the back of an excellent 3-1 win over MK Dons last weekend thanks to goals from Conor Thomas, Courtney Baker-Richardson and Chris Long.
They did fall to a penalty shootout defeat to Port Vale in the EFL Trophy in midweek but having rested players they won't put too much emphasis on that.
This is a tough game for Crewe given their opponents are in a good place at present so they'll have to be at their best to get three points here.
For our Forest Green vs. Crewe prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.