It's time to get your predictions in for our latest installment of Beat the Pundit.
Steve Watt, manager of Bostik Premier Margate, is in the hotseat this week. He's up against goal-crazy Phil Stevens from the KM sports desk, while Folkestone supporter Ray Jordan represents the fans.
It's three points for a correct scoreline and one point for the right outcome (win, lose or draw).
Steve Watt Picture: Don Walker
The fans are still streets ahead in the table after honours were even last week, everyone picking up two points.
Kent fans: 28 points
KOL sports desk: 19 points
Kent football managers: 16 points
This week's predictions are below, don't forget to join in using the comments section below with your own guesses. (Predictions were made prior to Peter Taylor's departure from Gillingham).
Peterborough v Gillingham (League 1)
Steve Watt: Big games can sometimes draw out big performances, but Gillingham are going through a tough time at the moment. I don't think they'll be too adventurous and Peterborough are a good side so Gillingham will do well to get anything. 3-0
Phil Stevens: With Peterborough joint top scorers and Gillingham without a goal in their last four League 1 games, I can see only one result. The visitors will score, though - through Sean Clare. 3-1
Ray Jordan: With both teams in poor form over recent matches, I expect home advantage and a better league position to make the difference - sorry any Gills fans! 2-0
Dover v Bromley (FA Cup)
SW: I think it will be great game. Chris Kinnear continues to do fantastically well at Dover but then Neil Smith has got a very good exciting young side. Bromley won there in the league (2-1) but not many teams beat Dover twice, especially in derbies. 2-1
PS: Dover to avenge their 2-1 loss to Bromley at the start of the season. FA Cup ballyhoo to create the atmosphere for plenty of goals. 4-2
RJ: A tasty local(ish) derby with both sides scared of not qualifying - what's more the replay will go to penalties. 1-1
Slough v Folkestone (FA Cup)
SW: Neil Cugley's sides are always well organised and up until recently they had enjoyed a great start, but Slough are a very good side as they proved by coming from 4-0 down to beat Merthyr Tydfil on Tuesday. 3-1
PS: Slough are averaging more than three goals a game in Evo-Stik South Premier and I can see them maintaining this against Neil Cugley's men. 4-2
RJ: Mighty Invicta equal their run of 2005 with a scrappy 1-0 win courtesy of a 78th minute own goal. Lump everything you own on it (well, a fiver anyway..). What's more, Monday's draw brings them Charlton at home!! 0-1
Maidstone v Enfield (FA Cup)
SW: We played Enfield last weekend (losing 2-1). They're a big, physical side with a couple of good players who are capable of causing Maidstoene some problems but I think Jay Saunders's side will be just too strong for them. 3-0
PS: Given what happened last Saturday against Guiseley, Maidstone will want to be leading by more than a goal entering the final few minutes. Again I see plenty of goals. 4-1
RJ: Two divisions higher, home advantage and a strong desire to reach the 1st round again after their successes of 2 years ago, I'm backing Maidstone all the way here. 3-1