Guiseley welcome Woking to Nethermoor tomorrow, looking to build some momentum after a tough start to the season.
The Lions are currently bottom of the National League, but are looking to get back on track after picking up their first point of the season last weekend against Braintree.
Woking have also endured a poor start to the season, struggling in 22nd place with only four points so far this season, meaning a victory for the Lions would see them overtake Woking on goal difference.
Woking captain Ismail Yakubu is unavailable with a calf injury, and is expected to be out for at least another three weeks.
Simon Walton and Reece Webb-Foster will be hoping to make their Guiseley debuts tomorrow.
Walton signed on non-contract terms earlier in the week. The former Leeds United midfielder had been without a club since his release by Crawley Town in May.
Webb-Foster meanwhile joins from West Yorkshire rivals Bradford City on a one month loan deal. The 18 year old has made five senior appearances for the Bantams, but is looking for more first team football with Guiseley to aid his development.
KO: 3pm, Nethermoor.