O'Hanlon's toughest test

KELHAM O'Hanlon faces perhaps the biggest test of his AFC Fylde reign against one of his former clubs tonight.

The Fylde boss is seeking a tenth straight win in all competitions but they visit Evo-Stik First Division North leaders Chester City tonight (7.45pm).

Last night's results saw AFC slip to fifth and O'Hanlon said: "It's far from easy for us in a division alongside clubs like Chester and Chorley, who have been established for more than 100 years, but we've got a positive attitude and we remain level-headed.

"We should be inspired by the atmosphere we are likely to experience at Chester rather than feel frightened."

Former Fleetwood striker Mike Wilde has been firing in the goals for Chester but Fylde have netted 12 in three games in 2011, on-fire frontrunners Tom Cahill and Kevin Townson sharing ten of them.

Chester boss Neil Young said: "Tonight's match is a proper six-pointer because we would go 11 points clear of AFC Fylde with a victory.

"Our aim week by week must be to try and knock clubs one by one out of the title race, and I firmly believe that a win against AFC Fylde would put us in the driving seat. I think AFC Fylde are one of the best sides in the division."