It's Sutton's last chance of a Sky Bet League Two double on Tuesday when U's visit Meadow Lane to take on a Notts County side who were on the end of a 5-1 thumping on the first day of the season at the VBS. Sutton will be wearing amber.
That August afternoon as Notts County made their return to the Football League was probably the highspot of a season that has gone in a downward direction since for Sutton, with U's having won only three league games subsequently and going in to Tuesday's game on an eleven game winless run, the longest for the club this season.
Notts County's recent form isn't that much better, with one win in their last eight games, six of which have been under the guidance of Stuart Maynard, who left Wealdstone to take over at Meadow Lane in January after Luke Williams, who had brought Notts County back in to the EFL from the National League last season, had left to join Championship side Swansea City. They did recover from that opening day defeat and by the end of October had climbed to second in the table, but that poor run since the turn of the year as them currently in 13th place, albeit only four points outside the play-off zone. Their squad this season has included Will Randall, who moved from Sutton in the summer, although he has been restricted to five league appearances so far.
Sutton's last win was on Boxing Day at Wimbledon, and U's go in to the game three points adrift at the bottom of the table and seven points below Grimsby, who have no game on Tuesday while Forest Green host Wrexham and Colchester visit Salford.
The referee on Tuesday is Ollie Yates, who has been on the EFL list since 2016 and was last in charge of a Sutton game at Stevenage last season.
Sutton supporters will be accommodated in the Jimmy Sirrel Stand and tickets will be available on the night from the away ticket next to the away turnstiles in County Road. Prices are £24 for adults; £18 for ages 65 and over and 18-21; £10 for ages 16 and 17; £8 for ages 12-15 and £1 for under 12s, who must be accompanied by an over 18 spectator. For a visitors' guide to Meadow Lane click here.
For supporters not travelling the game will be live streamed in the UK and overseas, and passes for £10 can be bought here.
The Supporters' Club coach leaves at 2pm.