Alfreton Town boss Chris Moyses says his side will have nothing to fear as they prepare to face the National League North’s top two sides in the space of four days.

The Reds have won three out of four under Moyses since he succeeded John McDermott and have climbed to 13th in the table, five points above the relegation zone. Leaders Salford City come to the Impact Arena on Saturday before Alfreton are due to head to second-placed Harrogate Town on Tuesday night, although that match could be subject to the rearrangement of the Derbyshire Senior Cup semi-final against Ilkeston Town which was called off this week.

Salford have lost their last two league games and although they remain top of the table by two points from Harrogate, Moyses says it could be seen as a bad time to be playing them.

He said: “They’ll be a wounded animal and wanting to put things right after their last couple of games. I’ve watched a lot of footage of their game at York City on Saturday and it’s clear they are a big, strong unit but we know plenty about them and will be prepared.”

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