Six points are up for grabs as Gareth Jackson’s side travel to face North Greenford United on Saturday, before hosting Harefield United on Tuesday.
Dunstable were left without a fixture at the weekend and hosted Eynesbury Rovers last night, the first of three matches in eight days.
North Greenford sit second-bottom of the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division, having won just five games this season.
However, they have found some recent form and have recorded two wins and a draw from their past four fixtures, defeating second-place Tring Athletic and Harefield United and holding third-place Biggleswade United.
Kick off at Berkeley Fields will be at 3pm.
Before last night’s fixtures, Harefield - who were due to face Colney Heath - sat a place above 15th-placed Town in the standings.
The two sides were, however, locked on 25 points, Town with a game in hand.
Harefield had suffered back-to-back defeats against Biggleswade and Harpenden, conceding four times in both of those matches.
In fact, a 3-1 win over Hayes in the Middlesex Charity Cup is the only victory they have mustered in their last nine games.
Kick off at Creasey Park will be at 7.45pm.