Stockport County and Salford City lock horns this weekend for the seance leg of their League Two play-off semi-final this weekend.
Stockport County will not be hugely concerned at their first leg defeat in Salford having only lost by one goal as they enter this game 1-0 down on aggregate.
Stockport were hit by a number of key injuries for that tie and they'll be hoping the likes of Paddy Madden and Kyle Wootton will be declared fit for this game as they'll feel the tie will then swing.
They're coming into this game in fairly solid form having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five matches.
Their form at home has been strong too, with Stockport now unbeaten in their last twelve games on home soil while winning their last two on the bounce.
Stockport will feel confident of overturning a one goal deficit on their own patch given they're extremely tough to beat when playing at home, but Salford represent a stern challenge so a win, let alone by two goals, will not come easily.
Salford City will be pleased with how things turned out on their own turf with a goal by Matt Smith securing a crucial first leg lead coming into the second leg.
The Greater Manchester side now know that a draw will be enough to take them to Wembley, a result they'll feel confident they can secure.
They enter this game in excellent form overall having won four of their last five matches.
Away from home they've been brilliant in recent weeks having won four and drawn one of their last five matches on the road having also won their las three on the bounce.
These two sides have been neck and neck in the three head-to-head meetings between the two this season with both sides winning one tie and the other ending in a draw, but Salford can take confidence from the fact they secure a 1-1 draw when they visited this ground back in March.
A repeat result would work wonders for Salford here but they'll likely have to weather multiple periods of intense pressure from Stockport to achieve it.
For our Stockport vs. Salford prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.