VICTORY for Chester tomorrow will see them better the points target set for the latest block of matches.

The Blues, situated fourth in National League North with the business end of the season fast approaching, welcome Spennymoor Town for their next home encounter.

Boss Calum McIntyre, describing the match as an "opportunity", told Chester FC TV: "I've had some numbers thrown at me during the week about our home record and home form and sort of what we're playing for on Saturday. For us, we set the players a target.

"We wanted 11 points from the six games that we've played, we're on nine after five. It's in our hands to hit that target and have that one bonus point."

A 10th goal of the season from Elliott Whitehouse helped the Blues to a 1-1 draw at Hereford in midweek and McIntyre added: "On to Spennymoor with hopefully an improved performance. A need for more quality, but the resilience, the characteristics that underpin our team, let's see them."

Leading duo Tamworth and Scunthorpe United both suffered midweek losses and they'll be seeking a return to winning ways.

Tamworth, who are 12 points clear, host Curzon Ashton and Scunthorpe welcome Alfreton Town.

Other fixtures: Banbury v South Shields; Bishop's Stortford v Chorley; Blyth v Boston; Darlington v Buxton; Gloucester v Scarborough; King's Lynn v Farsley Celtic; Peterborough Sports v Rushall Olympic; Southport v Hereford; Warrington v Brackley.