The Silkmen return to the Moss Rose this afternoon, as we renew our acquaintances with Stevenage in what represents another crucial Sky Bet League Two fixture.
Sol Campbell's side will go into the game looking to build on the momentum of last weekend, with the inspirational victory at Yeovil Town leaving The Silkmen just three points from safety with a game in hand.
The Manager has spoken numerous times about the importance of character in the season's climax and there is little doubt that each and every one of us need to stand up and be counted if our survival quest is to be successful.
The EFL status which we fought so vehemently to achieve is something which is greatly cherished by us all and as we enter the closing chapter of the campaign, it is vital that we all stay together and give everything we have - both on and off the pitch.
Despite all that has gone before this season, the next nine games could well write another incredible odds-defying page in our history and that is something which we are all unwaveringly committed to achieving.
Before the game, we caught up with Sol as he gave us his pre-match thoughts -
With the exception of Jamie Grimes (groin) and Rhys Taylor (hip), the former Arsenal and England star has the luxury of a full squad at his disposal this afternoon.
Our visitors currently reside in tenth position, having accumulated 53 points from their 38 games played.
Dino Maamria's side are within five points of the Sky Bet League Two Play-Off positions and there is little doubt that they will be making the long journey up from Hertfordshire intent on de-railing our survival bid.
In terms of their away record, Stevenage have played 19 games on the road so far this season and have retuned back to the Lamex Stadium with maximum points on just five occasions.
Six contests have seen the spoils shared, whilst eight defeats have been suffered to complete their record.
Maamria's side have not won on the road since they beat Morecambe back in mid-January - with the last three trips to Lincoln City, Oldham Athletic and MK Dons all ending in draws.
Speaking before the game, here is what the Stevenage boss had to say -
"I think we have just got to focus on one game at a time. The most important one is Macclesfield and then we will look at the others behind them. Sometimes you start looking too far ahead at this stage of the season.
"We know what we have got -very few games left and we have to take them one at a time.
“We have got to focus on our performances. We will try to push the players as much as possible to get as many results as we can, but our focus in the last three games has been on the level of performance and it has been very, very good.
"The return of points is not what we hoped but overall I am very happy with the performance level of the last three games and if we produce similar and be more clinical in front of goal, then we will probably win the game on Saturday. It is about trying to keep the good habits that we have been doing and adding a few bits for the next game.
“We have been defending really well as a group and as a unit and if we are lacking anything, it is being clinical in front of goal. We have got to sense those moments in games and take the chances that we have.
"It is going to be a difficult game, I think Sol Campbell has done a good job. They looked dead and buried for the first part of the season, but he has now galvanised them, signed a few players and watching their recent performances they have been good - especially the last two.
"They were unfortunate to lose to MK Dons and then they beat Yeovil with ease. They are certainly a team on the up and I think they are in a good position to kick-on, but hopefully after Saturday."