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Wednesday 1 January, 3pm - West Ham United, Premier League
Saturday 11 January, 3pm - Sunderland, Premier League
Wednesday 29 January, 745pm - Manchester City, Premier League
On Saturday, one of the ties of the round in the FA Trophy pits former Football League clubs Barnet and Grimsby Town against each other and prices have been reduced to a flat rate of £10 for non-members.
Once again there's also some cheap football down at Motspur Park where Fulham host Tottenham Hotspur in the U21 Premier League on Friday. It's £3 for adults.
Earlier in the week, on Wednesday, it's also £3 to see QPR v Fulham in the FA Youth Cup (U18s) at Loftus Road.
Looking ahead a couple of weeks, it's getting all festive down at The Den where it's only £5 to get into Millwall v Middlesbrough in the Championship. Bargain!
It should also be noted that the top four levels are for fully professional teams. Level 5 has a mixture of professional and semi-professional teams, while Levels 6-10 will see most players paid but it will vary from no more than travel expenses at the bottom, right up to several hundred pounds a week at the top (e.g. clubs in the Conference South).
Purple pin - Thursday fixtures
Magenta pin - Friday fixtures
Blue pin - Saturday fixtures
Red pin - Sunday fixtures
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6. Boreham Wood v Sutton United - this is a game of great importance to both these London sides but for different reasons. After surprisingly pushing for promotion last season, the Wood have struggled so far this time and are in the bottom three having not won in four. Sutton, on the other hand, are in the top five and could go into the top three if they win here. In recent seasons the U's have just about had the edge in these contests and they should come out on top again. (Conference South, Monday 9 December, 745pm. Ticket info)
7. Kingstonian v Wealdstone - the match of the week in the Isthmian League takes place right at the start of it when two of the top three clash at Kingsmeadow. AFC Hornchurch are currently top but have played more games than both of these two. Consequently if the K's win this they'll go top on goal difference. The Stones will take a large vocal following to this so the atmosphere is likely to be lively. Massive game, be there! (Isthmian League Premier Division, Monday 9 December, 745pm. Ticket info)
8. Northwood v Barton Rovers - local Southern League clubs haven't featured much in the top 10 this season because most of them are having a stinker! All that is except for Northwood who have crept into the top six recently. To be taken seriously as play-off contenders they'll have to beat the likes of Barton who were top but are currently third. (Southern League Division 1 Central, Saturday 14 December, 3pm. Ticket info)
9. Molesey v South Park - we've got a top-six clash to look forward to in the Combined Counties League too. The Moles have stuttered a bit of late but on Saturday gave Farnham Town a thorough thrashing to get back on track. They'll find things tough against South Park though as they've won 16 of their 19 games to go six points clear at the top. They are also scoring a whopping 3.3 goals a game so this match has real potential. (Combined Counties League Premier Division, Tuesday 10 December, 745pm. Ticket info)
10. Orpington v Hollands & Blair - last up this week we have a Kent Invicta League match. Orpington were pretty mediocre last season, coming home ninth. This year they're much improved and are third at the time of writing. Hollands & Blair finished runners-up to the impressive Phoenix Sports last term and are currently on course to go one better being two points clear at the top. Despite the closeness in position, there are 11 points between them so H&B should triumph. (Kent Invicta League, Saturday 14 December, 2pm. Club info)