It’s first versus second in the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League as Bilborough Town entertain Clifton All Whites at Platt Lane, Keyworth. Clifton moved up to second with a 1-0 midweek win over AFC Dunkirk. They are six points behind their hosts with two games in hand.
At the other end of the table Attenborough are able to pick from a full squad for the first time in some weeks as they face Unity at The Strand. All of their injured players are now fit and available for selection giving manager Dan King a welcome headache as he tries to build upon the encouraging draw last time out against Real United.
There’s a 12 noon kick-off at Greenwich Avenue as Basford United Community entertain third-placed Awsworth Villa .
Wollaton will look to include new signing from Aston United, Danny Beardsley, in their squad for the trip to the Inspire Stadium to face Real United.
After a lengthy unbeaten run AFC Dunkirk have now lost their last two, they will attempt to get back on track as they welcome Cotgrave to the Ron Steel Sports Ground.
Aston United host Magdala Amateurs, who are a place below them in mid-table, at the New Manor Ground.
Sandiacre Town recorded a creditable draw with the league leaders last weekend, they travel to Elms Park to take on Ruddington Village.
Bingham Town have shown improved form in their last two outings and will attempt to carry that in to the meeting with Underwood Villa at Butt Field.
In the reverse of the Senior Cup quarter final last weekend FC Cavaliers entertain Nottingham Trent University at Forest Recreation Ground. NTU were 4-0 winners last time.
In Division One, leaders Calverton Miners Welfare will look to extend their three game winning run as they travel to Basil Russell Park to play Bilborough United. Top scorer Sam Buckle comes back into the Calvo squad at the expense of Liam Deane.
In Division Two, top club Team DNF travel to Dark Lane, Whatton to face Greyhounders.