It is a battle at the bottom of Bostik North as AFC travel to Theobalds Lane to take on Cheshunt with the Hertfordshire side one place above AFC in twenty-second position in the early season table.
Both sides are searching for their first win of the season, Cheshunt after four games, AFC after three.
It should be a day to remember for AFC Captain Sam Clarke,(pictured) should he make an appearance, he will become the club's leading appearance maker on 377 games.
Sam joined AFC in 2008 from Great Wakering Rovers and but for several serious injuries would have overtaken Paul Betson sometime ago. Clarke has been a great servant of the club and in this day and age has shown fantastic loyalty.
AFC Manager Jamie Godbold will be hoping his side can continue where they left off against Mildenhall Town in the FA Cup replay on Tuesday evening. His team showed that they can produce attacking football and score goals.
Joe Wright may miss the game with an injury he picked up in his comeback game on Tuesday, while Jeremiah Kamanzi is still missing with the hamstring injury he sustained ladt Saturday.
The coach for the game leaves King's Marsh Stadium at 11.45am.
AFC Reserves are at home in the Thurlow Nunn First Division when they face King's Lynn Town Reserves.
Updated 18:49 - 8 Sep 2017 by Tony Simpson