We have an intriguing clash in League Two this weekend as Harrogate Town face Barrow.
Harrogate Town currently sit 17th in League Two with two wins and three losses from their first five games of the season.
Harrogate have claimed wins at home to Doncaster Rovers and away at Morecambe either side of defeats at home to Forest Green Rovers and away at Tranmere Rovers and Accrington Stanley.
It's been a start to the season that most would have anticipated for Harrogate given few expected them to do much beyond struggle to fight against relegation and six points from their first five games is about what you'd expect from a relegation contender.
Their most recent league game saw them claim a very handy 2-0 win over Morecambe courtesy of goals from Luke Armstrong and George Thomson.
However, Harrogate then faced Championship club Blackburn Rovers in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night and were embarrassingly thumped 0-8 on their own patch.
Manager Simon Weaver did make a number of changes to his starting XI but their opponents fielded a side largely packed with academy graduates and the visitors beat them from pillar to post in what was a concerning outing.
The fact it came off the back of an impressive league win suggests it was little more than a blip but it doesn't help one bit in terms of preparation for this weekend's game.
A home game against Barrow is one that they're more than capable of winning but there's no doubt some uncertainty surrounding them coming into this game now.
Barrow currently sit 8th in League Two with two wins, two draws and one loss from their first five games of the season.
Barrow got off to a flyer at the start of the campaign as they registered successive 2-1 wins away at Tranmere Rovers and at home to Sutton United before draws against Accrington Stanley and Wrexham in addition to a defeat away at Stockport County.
Barrow have been solid in the early portion of this campaign but they're coming into this game off the back of a three-match winless streak and it's something they'll desperately want to break.
Their most recent game saw them claim a point in a 1-1 draw at Wrexham, a solid point all things considered but Wrexham have looked vulnerable so far this season so it's a game Barrow would have liked to take three points from given they had home advantage.
Barrow risk entering a rut if they allow a sustained run of winless games to occur and while they're away from home here they should feel as though their opponents are there for the taking following the 0-8 hammering they were subjected to in midweek.
For our Harrogate vs. Barrow prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.