The Spitfires will look to continue their recent resurgence in form as they face off against York City in the National League.

Since Richard Hill took the role as manager on a permanent basis, on 28th September, Eastleigh have won three out of their four games including progression into the first round of the FA Cup.

This fixture is a first of a double header at the Silverlake Stadium in the league as the Hampshire side will entertain Woking on Tuesday night.

This will be the first outing for the Spitfires without fan favourite Charlie Carter, the midfielder moved to Dorking Wanderers on a permanent basis on Monday.

However, Hill will have a boast defensively as Corey Panther returned from an ACL injury to complete 90 minutes in Eastleigh’s 1-0 victory, against Dover Athletic on Saturday, in their FA Cup Fourth Qualifying round.

The defender said this post match about his injury “it felt quite good, good to get back into the swing of things.

“It was good to get the ball rolling again and be back out with the lads. It was good to come in and put my stamp on it [the game] and keep a clean sheet.

“I just want to stay fit as I’ve had an annoying injury over the last eight months, just stay fit and play as much as possible”.

York City sit in 17th position in England’s fifth tier as they have claimed three wins out of 15 league matches this campaign.

Regardless of their poor start to the season, the Yorkshire side will pose a threat as they have Dipo Akinyemi in their locker.

The striker has been banging in the goals this season and already has eight goals this campaign, better than a goal every other game.

A home win could get the Spitfires in the play-off positions which is quite the achievement after their slow start to the season.