PRESSURE? What pressure!

Calum McIntyre is fully focused on making sure Chester secure a spot in the end-of-season National League North play-offs and he will be looking for his side to make it three wins on the bounce when they head to King's Lynn Town tomorrow.

The Blues go into the contest on the back of a pair of 2-0 triumphs, the latter being a success at play-off rivals Chorley, with Tom Peers bagging a brace.

After that match, McIntyre told Chester FC TV: "Am I under pressure? I don't think so.

"Look, the reality is we want to get promoted.

"I think the world of this football club, its supporters, everyone in it.

"The players are the same.

"I've said it before that they're really genuine, they're really authentic and God forbid - I say that word - together."

Chester are in a decent position with almost two-thirds of the league season completed.

The two recent victories have taken the Blues up to fourth in the standings and they have a five-point buffer over eighth-placed Chorley in the race for the play-offs.

McIntyre is already focused on future matches and he added: "We have to go and do it again at King's Lynn and then we have to do it at Banbury and Peterborough Sports and Scarborough, and the games go on and on and on.

"There'll be ups, there'll be downs between now and the end of the season."

Leaders Tamworth, who have a nine-point advantage at the head of the standings, have home advantage against Spennymoor Town tomorrow.

Second-placed Scunthorpe United, who have two games in hand on the front-runners, travel to Peterborough Sports.

Other fixtures: Banbury v Scarborough; Bishop's Stortford v Gloucester; Blyth v Warrington; Buxton v Brackley; Chorley v Farsley Celtic; Darlington v Hereford; Rushall v Curzon Ashton; South Shields v Boston; Southport v Alfreton.