In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, with 51 points from 17 matches, runaway leaders Newark Flowserve will attempt to take their 100% record into the new year as they host AFC Dunkirk at Hawton Lane.
There are a group of four teams 19 points behind. Awsworth Villa have the best goal difference of the four and have played the fewest games, they travel to Butt Field to face Bingham Town. Southwell City host Calverton Miners Welfare at the War Memorial Ground and Wollaton welcome Ruddington Village to the WSA. Cotgrave aren’t in action.
Having had a five-game unbeaten run ended by Bingham last time out, Basford United Community will look to get back to winning ways as they travel to St Giles to play Sandiacre Town. Gedling Southbank entertain Magdala Amateurs at Hollinwood Lane.
Bottom club Attenborough have had some success in cup matches of late but haven’t won in the league since mid-September. That win was against Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC, with whom they are level on points. The two teams meet at the Stag Ground.
In Division One, second placed Keyworth United Reserves will attempt to narrow the gap to leaders Netherfield Albion to one point as they welcome Wollaton Reserves to Platt Lane. Stapleford Town have their own designs on second place though, and will look to capitalise on any dropped points by Keyworth as they travel to Kingsway Park to take on Ashland Rovers.
Ravenshead host Real Community in a mid-table encounter at Cornwater and Awsworth Villa Reserves entertain Beeston Rylands at The Shilo.
In Division Two, the top two teams are on the road. Leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers make the trip to Lowfield to face Barrowby and Bridgford United head to Bracken Park to take on Underwood Villa Reserves.