Leyton Orient and Harrogate Town will both be looking to bounce back from defeat at the weekend when the two sides meet at Wetherby Road on Tuesday evening.
Orient, who succumbed to a 1-0 loss against league leaders Cheltenham town on Saturday, currently sit four points off the League Two play-off spots and will be looking to reinvigorate their promotion push with three points from the clash.
Meanwhile Simon Weaver's Harrogate come into the game without a win in their last six and will be hoping a win against the O's can kick start a positive end to their season, having seen their own promotion ambitions fizzle out in recent weeks.
Town suffered their fifth loss in six matches at the weekend when goals from Eoin Doyle and Lloyd Isgrove allowed high-flying Bolton Wanderers to to come from behind and snatch victory, leaving the Yorkshire side 17th in the table on 49 points.
The hosts remain without long term absentees Josh March and Simon Power, and will likely be without attacker Aaron Martin who is a doubt after picking up an ankle injury last week.
Martins absence could lead to Simon Weaver giving veteran Jon Stead a first league start since January.
Jobi McAnuff's side on the other hand are without any new injury concerns and were bolstered by the returns of Dan Happe, Nick Freeman and Josh Coulson who all were brought back into to the side at the weekend.
Harrogate Town (4-4-2)
Belshaw; Burrell, Smith, Hall, Jones; Thomson, Kerry, Falkingham, McPake; Muldoon, Stead.
Leyton Orient (4-2-3-1)
Vigouroux; Ling, Turley, Happe, Widdowson; Clay, Kyprianou, Wilkinson, Kemp, Brophy, Johnson.
Ones to watch
The 31-year-old has proved to be the undoubted highlight of what has been a promising first season for the Sulphurites in the football league.
His 16 goal involvements, including scoring 12 himself, has cemented Jack Muldoon as one of League Two's most dangerous attacking players this season.
Despite his team having suffered a notable drop in form of late, Muldoon has remained a constant threat with Harrogate often finding themselves heavily reliant on his creativity, and will need him to put in a strong performance if they are to beat the London side.
Leyton Orient fans will be hoping for Danny Johnson to repeat the performance he put in against Harrogate back in November when he netted a hat-trick in a 3-0 win for the O's.
That outing was not an isolated incident for Johnson this season however, with the 28-year-old having netted 18 times so far and averages nearly a goal every other game.
If Orient are going to achieve their aim of qualifying for the League Two play-offs come the end of the season, then are going to need a series of big performances for their main man Johnson, starting with tomorrow's clash against Harrogate.
How to watch
The game will begin at 19:00 BST on Tuesday April 13.
Due to current COVID-19 lockdown restrictions no fans will be able to attend the game.
Access to watch the game can be found through the iFollow section on the official websites of both Harrogate Town and Leyton Orient.
The cost to watch the fixture through iFollow is £10.