Nantwich Town travel to Macclesfield again – this time to take on promotional hopefuls Northwich Victoria in the Evo-Stik Premier League.

The Vics, without a home ground, have been relying on the Dabbers, Macclesfield and Kidsgrove to offer their venues.

The clash marks Northwich’s first official league ‘home’ match since the last ever game at the Victoria Stadium against Marine in January.

Nantwich have beaten Northwich twice this season, only losing  in their past five meetings in a Cheshire FA Senior Cup tie.

Jimmy Quinn’s side have not had the best of times on the road this season, winning only once away from the Weaver Stadium since September. They went down 1-0 away at Matlock Town last weekend.

Nantwich’s Chris Flynn has not played for a month because of a hamstring injury and is doubtful.

But loan pair Caspar Hughes and Andy White are likely to return after sitting out the Dabbers’ midweek win at Moss Rose in the Cheshire FA Senior Cup.

Northwich could recall Chris Budrys after a thigh injury in attack, but Jordan Johnson will miss out with a groin problem.

Kick off at Moss Rose is 3pm tomorrow (March 17).

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