King's Lynn Town will look to protect their 100 per cent home record when they host former Football League outfit Darlington on Saturday.
The Linnets are second behind York City having lost just once, on the opening day of the season, since winning promotion from the Southern Premier Division Central via the play-offs.
Lynn have won all three of their home matches against Kettering, Hereford and Curzon Ashton 2-1, 3-1 and 4-1 respectively and will be looking to add the Quakers to that list.
Strikers Adam Marriott and Michael Gash have scored five goals each in Lynn's opening seven games, with the latter on target against Darlington for Cambridge in September 2011.
Managed by Alun Armstrong, the Quakers have prepared as best they can by staying overnight in Norfolk on Friday.
Seven games played, Darlington have won twice and lost three times and are yet to win on the road.
Darlington, currently 15th in the league standings, only took one point from a possible six over the Bank Holiday weekend in their matches against Altrincham and Bradford (Park Avenue).
Segregation will be in operation with Darlington expected to bring up to 250 fans and visiting supporters will be housed at the Hospital End of the Walks' Stadium.
Elsewhere, King's Lynn Town Reserves travel to Needham Market Reserves.
On Sunday, King's Lynn Town Ladies travel to Haverhill in the Womens' FA Cup.