In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town welcome Magdala Amateurs to the Harvey Hadden Stadium. Whilst unbeaten in the league Town lost for the first time this season in the NSL Senior Cup last week.
Town (from): Ivanov, Battison, Bensley, D Kane, J Kane, Lee, Nadif, Nicholson, Stewart, Street, Williams, Hayes, Taylor, Webster, Cross, Palmer
Magdala (from): Beavan, Bentley, Collison, Frame, Hart, Hayes, Lespeare, Lucas, Mannion, Marlow, Morgan, Coffey, Harrington, Lord
Still looking for their first win, Attenborough are hoping that playing at The Strand for the first time this term can kick-start their season. They stick to the same squad as last week for the visit of AFC Dunkirk plus the returning Jordan Smith and hopefully a fit Will Oldham.
Boro (from): Kinnerley, Clarke, Fryer, Hilton, Hobson, J Knight, N Knight, McGeown, Mrvik, Watts, Oldham, Price, R Walker, B Walker, Warner, Winfield, Garton
Dunkirk (from): Berridge, Bird, Bonnington, Clark, Harbottle, Hopkinson, Howes, Lang, Mason, Robinson, Seymour, Frost, Parton, Read, Harrison
The Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup gets underway this weekend and there is an all-NSL tie to look forward to as Real United welcome Wollaton to the Inspire Stadium. Anthony Gregory begins a three match ban for Real but Alex Ford and Alex Cook will be aiming to make their debuts.
Real (from): Elliott, Burton, Bowles, Jenkins, Beadman, Garcia, Horton, Morgan, Robinson, Law, Blair, Cook, Ford, Lopez, Binch, Whitman
Wollaton (from): Heltorp, Barber, Chadwick, D Craven, S Craven, Fisher, Kelly, Knight, Krause, Liburd, Nutt, James, Timmons, Branston
In the NSL Division One, Ashland Rovers host Birchover Park at Kingsway Park with injury worries over Alex England, Richard Guest and Paul Revuelta.
Rovers (from): Barnes, Bullock, Coleman, Coupe, Goss, Hall, Jackson, Jones, Martin, Mellors, Philpott, A Revuelta, Sherratt, D Smith, L Smith, Summers, Thorpe
Birchover (from): Abbott, Beardsley, Belfield, Buckland, Harris, Knott, McLaren, Owen, Sanders, Slate, Tebbutt, Balfe, Deabill, Catton
It’s the Aslockton derby in Division Two as Greyhounders entertain second-placed Aslockton Cranmers at Dark Lane. It was honours even in the reverse fixture earlier in the season.
Greyhounders (from): Adams, Cole, Eatough, Hardy, Harewood, Johnson, Leighton, Maule, Smith, Stinson, Stripling, Repper, Wojcik, Maule, Wakefield
Aslockton (from): Abbott, Fryer, Williams, J Hallam, P Hallam, Hackett, Devivo, Breedin, Campbell, Shenton, Daws, James, Keeling, Spitzmuller, Warner
Fresh from their giant killing exploits against Bingham Town in the NSL Senior Cup, Ravenshead welcome Bingham’s reserves to Cornwater. Injuries, work and family commitments have taken their toll on the Ravenshead squad but they welcome new signing Tom Grady and Dave Harkin is also available.
Ravenshead (from): Marks, Harkin, P Smith, Goodson, B Martin, Williams, Ad Martin, Yates, Hubbard, Grady, Foster, Lambert, Simons, Bovey, D Phillips
Bingham (from): Hallam, Haycox, Herbert, Jones, Lowe, McRobie, Robb, Scarborough, Sentance, Sweeting, Taylor, Balchin, Dawn