The weather forecast suggests there's a distinct possibility that there could be several matches played in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, this weekend.
Action gets underway in the Premier Division on Friday night when Stapleford Town, who are nominally the home side, meet Eastwood CFC Development at their Pro:Direct Stadium while Wollaton will also be taking the opportunity to play on 3G as they host AFC Dunkirk at Greenwich Avenue.
On Saturday Southwell City, who moved back to the top of the table on goal difference with a midweek win over Aslockton & Orston, entertain Burton Joyce at the War Memorial Ground while Bingham Town, who they share the summit with, welcome FC Cavaliers to Butt Field.
Calverton Miners Welfare will have to do without the suspended Corey Ashley for their trip to Woodview to face Cotgrave. After their midweek reverse, Aslockton & Orston will try and get back to winning ways as Awsworth Villa visit Spa Lane.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers head to the Harvey Hadden Stadium to play Bilborough Town while Keyworth United welcome Attenborough to Platt Lane and Magdala Amateurs head to St Giles to take on Sandiacre Town.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley are hoping to return to action for the first time in nearly a month with a trip to Regatta Way to face third placed West Bridgford AFC. Ruddington Village, 15 points behind Top Valley but with four games in hand, entertain Radcliffe Olympic at Elms Park.
Beeston can break into the top three if West Bridgford lose and they win on their travels at Station Road against Kirton Brickworks.
Ravenshead have a doubt over player-chairman Mark Yates for their away match against Wollaton Reserves at Weirfields but have Brent Horton back after nine weeks out through injury. Josh Deakin, a central defender signed from Pinxton, goes straight into the squad and the Reds are hoping to conclude the signing of one more player before the weekend.
In Division Two, it's first versus second as United Grays host Ruddington Village Reserves at Eagle Valley. Stapleford Town Reserves will attempt to capitalise on any slip up by Ruddington to move into the top two as they travel to Basil Russell Park to play Pythian.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Southwell City will attempt to keep their noses in front when they travel to Platt Lane to take on Keyworth United. Bingham Town are in second, on the same number of points as Southwell but with two games in hand. They welcome Wollaton to Butt Field.
If both of the top two lose, Burton Joyce can join them on 48 points with a win against Magdala Amateurs at Roko, while Woodthorpe Park Rangers will be looking to break into the top three as they head to St Giles to play Sandiacre Town.
Calverton Miners Welfare will be without the suspended Corey Ashley and Dane Bennett as they welcome AFC Dunkirk to Hollinwood Lane.
Cotgrave, who have lost only once in their last 10 outings, travel to The Shilo to take on Awsworth Villa, who only have one win from their last six games.
Aslockton & Orston and Stapleford Town meet at Bilborough College and Attenborough's new management team will be attempting to keep up their 100% record since taking charge as they host Bilborough Town at The Strand.
FC Cavaliers and Eastwood CFC Development both go in search of their third win of the campaign when they meet at the Forest Sports Zone.
In Division One, Ravenshead play at home to Radford Reserves and have last season's captain Josh Broad back in the squad following his midweek transfer from Awsworth. The Reds have a trio of ex-Radford players in their ranks with Martin McDonagh and brothers Keenan and Anthony Edwards looking to start, along with Perris Thomas and Joe Maguire who have also recently just re-joined the Cornwater outfit.
Leaders AFC Top Valley host fourth-placed West Bridgford AFC at Eagle Valley while second-placed Ruddington Village head to the Memorial Ground to take on Southwell City Reserves and third-placed Beeston visit South Notts Academy to play Radcliffe Olympic.
In Division Two, leaders United Grays travel to Butt Field to play Bingham Town Reserves while second-placed Ruddington Village Reserves, who are six points behind but with four games in hand, make the journey to the Harvey Hadden Sports Complex to play bottom side Bilborough Town Community.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers will attempt to keep their noses in front as they travel to Platt Lane to take on Keyworth United.
Bingham Town and Southwell City are a point behind Rangers, they host Awsworth Villa at Butt Field and head to the Harvey Hadden Stadium to face Bilborough Town respectively.
AFC Dunkirk also have an outside chance of taking top spot if they can win convincingly when they entertain Stapleford Town at the Ron Steel Sports Ground and results elsewhere go their way.
Eastwood CFC Development will be looking to arrest a nine game losing streak that stretches back to the end of October as they welcome Burton Joyce to the Pro:Direct Stadium while Sandiacre Town and Cotgrave meet at St Giles Park.
After scoring twice in the space of a minute to salvage a draw against Southwell City last time out, FC Cavaliers will hope to go one better as they host Wollaton at the Forest Sports Zone.
Attenborough's new management team are attempting to make it two wins from two as they entertain Calverton Miners Welfare at The Strand. The visitors add Sam Buckle to the squad that narrowly lost to Burton Joyce last weekend.
After recording back-to-back wins for the first time this season a week ago Magdala Amateurs will try and make it three on the trot as Aslockton & Orston visit Roko.
Four NSL clubs are in Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy action as Robin Hood Colts host Nottingham at Sherwood Fields, Ruddington Village welcome FC Sez to Elms Park, West Bridgford AFC travel to Blidworth Welfare Red and Keyworth United Reserves entertain Fernwood Foxes.
Meanwhile Asha are hoping to progress in the Derbyshire FA Junior Cup as Stenson make the trip to the MJ Robinson Structures Arena.
In Division One, with the second and third placed teams in cup action top club AFC Top Valley will attempt to extend their lead as they travel to the Memorial Ground to play Southwell City Reserves while Beeston will try and take the silver medal position as they head to Eagle Valley to take on Gedling Southbank.
Ravenshead travel to The Stag Ground to take on Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves without Brent Horton and Jamie Bennett due to injury. Tim Rowson, a striker signed from Cromford and Wirksworth Town, is set to make his debut while Tom Spicer is fit again to feature against his former club.
In Division Two, leaders United Grays head to Harvey Hadden to play Bilborough Town Community and second placed Stapleford Town Reserves welcome Elston United to Hickings Lane.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City will be looking to consolidate their position at the top of the Premier Division that they earned last weekend when they travel to the Forest Sports Zone to take on FC Cavaliers. The previous incumbents, Woodthorpe Park Rangers, have designs on reclaiming the position for themselves as they host Wollaton at Greenwich Avenue.
AFC Dunkirk and Bingham Town will also try to capitalise on any slip ups by the top two to take first place for themselves when they travel to Woodview to take on Cotgrave and Spa Lane to play Aslockton & Orston respectively.
Steven Brett and Lewis Wheelhouse return to the Calverton Miners Welfare squad as they welcome Burton Joyce to Hollinwood Lane while Attenborough’s new management team of Aidan Gubbins and Ben Cheatle have made a host of new signings ahead of their trip to face Stapleford Town.
Keyworth United entertain Bilborough Town at Platt Lane and two teams locked together on 13 points, Awsworth Villa and Sandiacre Town, meet at The Shilo.
Having picked up their first win since mid-November last weekend, Magdala Amateurs will attempt to make it back-to-back victories as they welcome the team they beat two months ago, Eastwood CFC Development, to Roko.
In Division One, run away leaders AFC Top Valley travel to the CDW Arena to take on a Radford Reserves side that are finding their feet under new manager James Dobson.
Third from bottom play third from top as Robin Hood Colts entertain West Bridgford AFC at Sherwood Fields while Wollaton Reserves host Ravenshead at the WSA and Beeston welcome Hucknall Town Development to Leyton Crescent.
In Division Two, leaders United Grays entertain fourth placed Keyworth United Reserves at Eagle Valley. Stapleford Town Reserves are four points behind the Grays but with three games in hand. They host AFC Dunkirk Reserves.
A further four points back but with an additional two games in hand are Ruddington Village Reserves, who welcome fifth placed Cotgrave Reserves to Elms Park.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City will be able to move into top spot in the Premier Division with a win away Wollaton. Woodthorpe Park Rangers, winners over current league leaders Bingham Town last weekend, will be looking to capitalise on any slips by Southwell and try and take second place for themselves, as they head to The Strand to take on Attenborough. Likewise AFC Dunkirk as they welcome Sandiacre Town to the Ron Steel Sports Ground.
After losing their unbeaten record last week, Burton Joyce will be looking to get back to winning ways on their trip to the Forest Sports Zone where they play FC Cavaliers. Keyworth United make the short trip to Woodview to take on Cotgrave.
Calverton Miners Welfare will be without the suspended James Davis as they entertain Aslockton & Orston at Hollinwood Lane while Stapleford Town hope to be in action for only the third time since the end of October as they visit the Shilo home of Awsworth Villa.
Magdala Amateurs host Bilborough Town at Roko.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley entertain Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves at Eagle Valley.
Having been knocked out of two cup competitions on their home patch by Ruddington Village this season, Ravenshead will be looking to exact their revenge as they welcome them to Cornwater once again. Chris Bovey, Ryan Faulconbridge and Rhys McGrath return for the Reds but Paul Smith misses out.
Radcliffe Olympic meet Wollaton Reserves at Gresham Sports Park while Radford Reserves head to Leyton Crescent to take on Beeston.
In Division Two, it's second versus first as Keyworth United Reserves host United Grays at Platt Lane. Third placed Ruddington Village Reserves welcome Bilborough Town Community to Elms Park.
After their stunning victory in the Notts FA Senior Cup last weekend, Bingham Town return to action in the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company by welcoming last season’s Division One winners, Woodthorpe Park Rangers, to Butt Field.
Southwell City also won in the cup in midweek, they turn their attention back to the league with the visit of Keyworth United to the Memorial Ground. That win was against Burton Joyce, who are currently unbeaten in the Premier Division, they will look to continue that record as they host Awsworth Villa at the Poplars.
AFC Dunkirk entertain Magdala Amateurs at the Ron Steel Sports Ground while seventh visit eighth as Calverton Miners Welfare head to Hickings Lane to play Stapleford Town.
Sandiacre Town welcome Cotgrave to St Giles with Wollaton hosting bottom club Eastwood CFC Development at the WSA.
Bilborough Town entertain Aslockton & Orston at the Harvey Hadden Stadium and Attenborough and FC Cavaliers meet at the Forest Spots Zone.
Ravenshead will try for the second weekend to get their Notts FA Senior Trophy tie against Ruddington Village played at Cornwater. The Reds will be without veterans Chris Bovey and Paul Smith. In another all-NSL match up in the same competition Robin Hood Colts host Beeston at Sherwood Fields.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley head to the Nottingham Football Centre, Rushcliffe, to face a Radcliffe Olympic side that are rapidly ascending the table. It’s second versus third as West Bridgford AFC travel to the CDW Arena to take on Radford Reserves.
In Division Two, United Grays will be looking to consolidate the top spot they claimed last week as they travel to Basil Russell Park to play Pythian.
Keyworth United Reserves and Ruddington Village Reserves have their own designs on first place. They host Burton Joyce Reserves at Platt Lane and Ravenshead Reds at Elms Park respectively.
There are several clubs from the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, in Notts FA cup action this weekend. In the Senior Cup two NSL sides will be challenging themselves against East Midlands Counties League opposition as Bingham Town host Clipstone at Butt Field and Calverton Miners Welfare entertain Teversal at Hollinwood Lane.
There are four all-NSL ties in the Senior Trophy. Ravenshead will be without Lewis Parkin and Jack Smith for the visit of Ruddington Village to Cornwater. Jacob Woods and Paul Smith could take their places in the squad.
West Bridgford AFC will be looking to avenge a 3-2 defeat in the league at the hands of Hucknall Town Development in both sides' last outings earlier in November when they meet again at Watnall Road.
Keyworth United Reserves, top of Division Two, will be looking for an upset as they welcome Radford Reserves, third in Division One, to Platt Lane.
Robin Hood Colts entertain Beeston at Sherwood Fields.
Also in the Senior Trophy, Cotgrave Reserves host FC Sez of the Central Midlands League at Woodview.
In the NSL Premier Division, Southwell City will be attempting to break into the top two as they head to Roko to play Magdala Amateurs while Burton Joyce will be trying to remain unbeaten as Wollaton visit the Poplars.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers entertain Eastwood CFC Development at Greenwich Avenue and Keyworth United welcome Stapleford Town to Platt Lane.
Ciotgrave head to the Shilo to take on Awsworth Villa, Aslockton & orston host Attenborough at Spa Lane and FC Cavaliers and Sandiacre Town meet at the Forest Sports Zone.
In Division One, AFC Top Valley will be looking to consolidate top spot as they host a resurgent Radcliffe Olympic while Wollaton Reserves and Basford United Community meet at the WSA.
In Division Two, Ruddington Village Reserves will be trying to claim first place outright as they welcome Stapleford Town Reserves to Elms Park.
Action in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League gets underway on Friday night with the Premier Division clash between Southwell City and Bilborough Town at the Memorial Ground while, on Saturday, leaders Bingham Town travel to the WSA to face Wollaton.
After losing their unbeaten record last weekend, AFC Dunkirk will look to make amends as they head to the Forest Sports Zone to take on FC Cavaliers. The two promoted sides, currently sat in fourth and fifth in the table, Woodthorpe Park Rangers and Burton Joyce, meet at Greenwich Avenue.
Steven Brett and George Scrivener are added to the Calverton Miners Welfare from their win over Magdala Amateurs last time out as they head to Woodview to play Cotgrave while Stapleford Town welcome neighbours Sandiacre Town to Hickings Lane.
Attenborough entertain Keyworth United at The Strand and Aslockton & Orston host Eastwood CFC Development at Spa Lane.
Two teams hoping to double their win tally for the season, Awsworth Villa and Magdala Amateurs, meet at The Shilo.
There are three all-NSL ties in the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy. Ravenshead, whose overall win percentage in the competition is less than one in ten, welcome back Jacob Woods for their encounter with Wollaton Reserves at Cornwater.
Burton Joyce Reserves welcome Radford Reserves to The Poplars and Raveshead Reds and Beeston meet at Sutton Lawns.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley travel to Greenwich Avenue to take on Basford United Community. West Bridgford AFC will try and close the gap at the top as they head to Watnall Road to play Hucknall Town Development.
In Division Two, leaders Keyworth United Reserves welcome Stapleford Town Reserves to Platt Lane while the as yet unbeaten Ruddington Village Reserves host Beeston Old Boys Association at Elms Park.
In the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, after opening a three point gap at the top of the table last weekend Bingham Town will attempt to consolidate their position as Attenborough visit Butt Field. Second placed AFC Dunkirk will be looking to capitalise on any slip ups, however, as they travel to Platt Lane to take on Keyworth United.
With Woodthorpe Park Rangers and Burton Joyce not in action, Southwell City will be trying to break into the top three as they welcome FC Cavaliers to the Memorial Ground. Having suffered only their second defeat of the season last weekend Stapleford Town will look to make amends as Aslockton & Orston visit Hickings Lane.
Having lost only once in their last seven outings, Calverton Miners Welfare welcome Ashley Harrison and Jamie Humphries back to the squad for their trip to Roko to play Magdala Amateurs while Wollaton and Cotgrave meet at the WSA.
Sandiacre Town entertain Awsworth Villa at St Giles and Bilborough Town host Eastwood CFC Development at Harvey Hadden Stadium.
In Division One, Ravenshead travel to Highfields to play Bridgford United without Lewis Parkin and Jack Smith but Mark Smallwood is back in the squad whilst Rhys McGrath is hopeful of overcoming an injury that has kept him out for a month.
Robin Hood Colts welcome Kirton Brickworks to Sherwood Fields and Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves entertain Basford United Community at the Stag Ground.
Several NSL sides are in Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy action including the two teams at the top of Division One as AFC Top Valley and West Bridgford AFC meet at Eagle Valley.
Burton Joyce Reserves, bottom of Division Two, have a difficult task on their hands as they host Radford Reserves, third in Division One, at The Poplars. United Grays will also be hoping to spring an upset as they travel to Elms Park to face Ruddington Village. Likewise Ravenshead Reds who entertain Beeston at Ravenshead Leisure Centre.
Hucknall Town Development travel to AFC Bull Farm and Stapleford Town Reserves welcome Retford United Reserves to Chilwell Olympia.
Action in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer company, gets underway on Friday evening with AFC Dunkirk hosting Eastwood CFC Development at the Ron Steel Sports Ground in the Premier Division and Hucknall Town Development welcoming Ravenshead to Watnall Road in Division One. The Ravens have strikers Evan Morley and Jack Smith back but Mark Smallwood misses out as they look to bounce back from last week's drubbing at the hands of AFC Top Valley.
On Saturday in the Premier Division, leaders Bingham Town will attempt to make it eight league wins on the trot as they entertain Cotgrave at Butt Field. Depending on how Bingham and AFC Dunkirk get on, Burton Joyce may have the opportunity to reclaim top spot as FC Cavaliers visit The Poplars.
Calverton Miners Welfare host Keyworth United at Hollinwood Lane and name the same squad that narrowly lost to Bingham last time out with Andrew Smith still suspended.
Bilborough Town welcome Sandiacre Town to the Harvey Hadden Stadium.
Having been a victim of the weather in midweek Stapleford Town and Wollaton will try again in the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup at Hickings Lane.
Attenborough and Robin Hood Colts will meet in the NSL Senior Cup at The Strand.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley make the trip to Elms Park to face Ruddington Village while Radford Reserves will attempt to regain first place if Top Valley slip up when they head to the Memorial Ground to play Southwell City Reserves.
It's fourth versus third as West Bridgford AFC welcome Wollaton Reserves to Regatta Way while Radcliffe Olympic will attempt to make it five wins on the trot as they head to Station Road to play Kirton Brickworks.
Beeston host Gedling Southbank at Leyton Crescent and Bridgford United entertain Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves at Highfields.
In Division Two, leaders Keyworth United Reserves welcome Barrowby to Platt Lane while at the other end of the table Elston United and Burton Joyce Reserves both go in search of their first win of the season when they meet at Balderton.