After a difficult start to their season, Hassocks have now hit a rich vein of form and have won their last three league games.
On Saturday they comprehensively defeated Littlehampton Town 3-1 and have moved up to 13th in the table with 12 points from ten games played.
Meanwhile Peacehaven climbed to second place after their 3-1 away win against Worthing United on Saturday.
Last season, Peacehaven lost away to Hassocks 2-1 in early August and won the return fixture in December 1-0 with a goal from Josh Marshall to clinch all three points.
Hassocks will be hoping their good run of form continues at the Unibet Arena whilst Peacehaven will want to build on Saturday’s indifferent performance.
Make sure you get down to the Unibet Arena this evening as this will be your last chance to see the first team in home action until October 28.
The game starts at 7.45pm. Entry is £6 for adults, £4 for over 65s and under 18s get in for free. The bar and snack bar will both be open.
The wheels come off the under 21s
Peacehaven & Telscombe's under 21s were soundly beaten 7-1 by Eastbourne Town last night.
Haven's young guns were 5-0 down at half time. Early in the second half Joe Karadzas pulled one back for Peacehaven, but this was not to be Peacehaven's night.
The under 21s are next in action next Monday when they are home to Wick in the Challenge Cup.
Updated 09:09 - 10 Oct 2017 by Pitchside View