Two sides sorely in need of a win meet in League Two this weekend as Harrogate Town face Salford City.
Harrogate Town currently sit 20th in League Two with two wins, one draw and five losses from their first eight games of the season.
It's been a fairly dismal start to the campaign for a Harrogate side that seem destined to be involved in a long and painful relegation battle.
They're coming into this game amidst a poor run of form having won one, drawn one and lost three of their last five league matches, the most recent of which was a 1-1 draw away at Bradford City.
The draw at Bradford was a painful one for Harrogate given they took the lead in the 78th minute through Matt Daly before Jamie Walker equalised dramatically in the 95th minute for the home side.
The draw means Harrogate are now three games without a win and the three points in that game would've been more than welcome given their predicament.
Still, they can take confidence from what was a solid performance away from home and if they play like that every week they'd likely avoid relegation.
This a big game for the Yorkshire side as they face a side equally short on form on their own patch and failure to win this one would be awful for their confidence.
Salford City currently sit 19th in League Two with two wins, one draw and five losses from their first eight games of the season.
Salford have been one of the league's surprise packages so far this season - and not in a good way.
Most expected Salford to mount a solid play-off push at worst, but they've struggled immensely in the opening weeks of the season as they find themselves woefully out of form.
They enter this game having won one and lost four of their last five games in the league, their worst run of form since they came into the English Football League.
Their most recent game saw them fall to a 0-2 loss at home to Notts County, a not unexpected result given the form of the two sides.
The defeat means Salford are now on a run of four straight defeats and if they fall to a fifth against a side down at the borrow then it could spell trouble for the club.
This is a huge game for both sides and given recent performances it's tough to pick a winner.
For our Harrogate vs. Salford prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.