The Coasters look to continue their fine form as they hope to secure another three points when Grantham Town are the visitors on Saturday afternoon.

A 5-1 drubbing of Play-off hopefuls Blyth Spartans on Wednesday night secured a 23rd consecutive game unbeaten in all competitions for AFC Fylde and kept them well and truly in the title race with three games to go.

Fylde lie in third place, behind second placed FC United on goals scored and just three points behind leaders Chorley, so it is all to play for and a similar performance and result should keep the title race wide open going into the final seven days of the regular season.

A Play-off spot is already guaranteed for the The Coasters but Dave Challinor will have his squad fully focused on the task at hand come tomorrow afternoon.

Grantham sit in 16th place as it stands and are secure of any relegation worries for another season being 13 points above the drop zone.  But Jimmy Albans and Wayne Hallcro’s side will still come to Kellamergh Park looking to cause and dent Fylde’s hopes of an incredible treble.

With no Football League matches on tomorrow it’s the perfect oportunity to bring a large crowd to KP to cheer on the Coasters in their quest for promotion.  Kick off is at 3pm.