A place in the top six will be the incentive when Worcester City entertain Moor Green at St George's Lane in tonight's Midlands derby.
Both sides highlighted their growing play-off credentials with away wins on Saturday and tonight's victors will move within sight of Droylsden in the final play-off place.
Mark Danks, the midweek villain when he was redcarded, was City's hero with both goals in their 2-0 success at Barrow.
The striker took his tally to nine goals since joining from Forest Green Rovers. He tucked home a 38th-minute penalty after George Clegg was fouled and then raced clear from Adam Webster's pass to skip round keeper Simon Bishop and slot home on the hour.
Moor Green showed little rustiness after their enforced two-weeks break as the extended their unbeaten run to seven games with a 3-1 win at Leigh RMI.
Moors top scorer Gary McPhee gave them the interval lead before skipper Lee Collins struck ten minutes after half-time and Phil Trainer added a third 20 minutes from time. Wez Wilkinson replied three minutes later.
Nuneaton Borough look play-off certainties but their title hopes are fading past after a frustrating 2-0 reverse at Stalybridge Celtic. It was a missed chance for Roger Ashby's men after leaders Stafford Rangers suffered a rare defeat, and Boro slip to third after Northwich Victoria leapfrogged them.
It was a familiar tale of plenty of possession but no cutting edge for Boro, after they had conceded two goals in the first 15 minutes to Neil Prince.
New signing Nathan Lamey notched Hednesford Town's winner to defeat Worksop Town 2-1 at Keys Park and boost their survival hopes. Though the Pitmen remain at the foot of the table, just two points now separate the bottom four.
It looked grim when Steve Owens hammered Worksop ahead against the run of play but Colin Hunter drilled in the equaliser from Leon McSweeney's pass 40 seconds into the second half.
McSweeney was also involved in the winner on 65 minutes when his shot rebounded off the crossbar and Lamey, who has rejoined from Halesowen Town, nodded in the loose ball.
Redditch United continued their scramble towards safety with Simon Rea's last-gasp equaliser against Hyde United securing a 1-1 draw at the Valley Stadium.
It was Rea's last intervention for the Reds before he heads back to Nuneaton Borough after his loan spell but his contribution was perfectly timed.
The Reds had fallen behind to Paul Jones' close-range finish on 78 minutes but Rea hammered home when Rory May's header was parried to level three minutes into stoppage time.