Stockport County are looking to continue their excellent form as they face Grimsby Town this weekend.
Stockport County currently sit top of League Two with eight wins, two draws and three losses from thirteen games so far this season.
After a difficult start to the campaign Stockport are now running through the league like a freight train as they begin to look every bit the promotion contender people tipped them to be coming into the campaign.
They're entering this game having won each of their last seven matches in the league, the most recent of which was a 3-1 win over Harrogate Town.
Goals from Antoni Sarcevic, Will Collar and a Warren Burrell own goal saw Stockport well on their way to a welcome three points against a decent side.
One thing that will have pleased manager Dave Challinor greatly is his side's defensive showings in recent games as Stockport have conceded just two goals in their last five games.
Edgeley Park has also been a fortress for The Hatters in this season as they come into this won having won four and draw one of their last five league games on home soil, having also won their last three on the bounce by a combined scoreline of 8-0.
There's little reason to believe Stockport will lose this game, or any game for that matter, on current form as they look primed to have a quite brilliant season.
Grimsby Town currently sit 18th in League Two with three wins, five draws and five losses from thirteen games this season.
Despite few expecting them to challenge for promotion coming into this season, The Mariners have been fairly disappointing so far as they find themselves edging closer to the relegation places.
They're coming into this game out of form having won just one of their last five league games, drawing one and losing three of the other four.
Their most recent outing saw them fall to a disappointing 0-2 defeat at home to Accrington Stanley.
Their away form is a huge cause for concern ahead of visiting to face the best side in the league with the Mariners having failed to win a single league game on the road so far this campaign, drawing three and losing three.
It's highly unlikely that Grimsby are going to pull a result out of the bag here as almost every sign points to a relatively convincing home win for a side that are currently on fire.
For our Stockport vs. Grimsby prediction, we're going for a 3-0 win for the home side.