Gateshead make the 590-mile midweek trip to face Woking in the final game of the month on Tuesday, February 27 (7:45pm kick off).
The Heed maintained their position at the top of the Vanarama National League form table with a 4-0 win over Oxford City last weekend, which saw Marcus Dinanga net his first hat-trick in black and white to take his tally for the season to 23 in all competitions.
Those three points now see Gateshead in fifth place in the league table and one point behind fourth-placed Solihull Moors – who they face at Gateshead International Stadium next Tuesday night.
A home draw for Woking last weekend leaves them in 23rd place ahead of kick off, with Michael Doyle’s side now winless in their last four National League games.
Three points would take The Cardinals to within one point of safety this evening, though 19th placed York City will have one game in hand following tonight’s round of fixtures.
Top scorer Reece Grego-Cox has netted six goals in 14 league games this season, but has missed Woking’s last five fixtures.
“I’m adamant that if we do the right things and the little things well the results will come,” said Rob Elliot.
“I think that’s what is showing over a period of time.
“If we don’t keep our structure and our shape against Woking and they will really punish us – we’re going to have to really be on our mettle.”
“The squad is getting thinner, but it is what it is,” said Woking boss, Michael Doyle.
“We’ve just got to start winning games, let’s not got away from the fact and Tuesday isn’t going to be any easier.
“Gateshead love controlling the game and having the ball, it’s going to be a really tough game for us.”
Greg Olley, Kenton Richardson, Lewis Knight and Tom Allan remain unavailable through injury, while Eddie Beach is still recovering from illness.
Tuesday’s game will be shown live from the Laithwaite Community Stadium on National League TV.
Under 14: £5 (must be accompanied by an adult or concession)
Gateshead supporters will be situated in the Chris Lane Terrace (standing) and the Seymours Community Stand (seating), and are advised that online sales end at 5:30pm on match day.
Supporters are advised that purchases from the away turnstiles are subject to a £3 price increase and availability on the day. Tickets purchased for the original fixture in December or re-arranged date in January remain valid for the re-arranged date.