In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Bilborough Town will be without goalkeeper Nick Ivanov for their visit to Woodview to play Cotgrave. Ivanov is out for at least six weeks after having had his appendix removed. Cotgrave lost narrowly in extra-time in the Notts FA Senior Cup last time out.
Awsworth Villa will attempt to maintain their unbeaten record as they welcome Newark Flowserve to The Shilo. Newark come into the game on the back of a 16-0 win.
Attenborough are hoping to build on their Notts FA Intermediate Cup win last Saturday as they entertain Magdala Amateurs at The Strand. The only change for Boro is at centre back where the returning club captain Chris McGeown will replace Tom Fryer, who is away.
Real United have had a recent change in management that has brought an influx of new players to the club. They travel to Roko to face Unity, who go in search of their first win in eight.
Basford United Community welcome Sandiacre Town to Greenwich Avenue. Basford’s last loss in the league was at the start of October.
Nottingham Trent University take their five game unbeaten run to the WSA as they face Wollaton. The home side have won their last four outings themselves.
After a 0-0 draw in mid-October Clifton All Whites have found their shooting boots, netting 18 in four matches since then. AFC Dunkirk will be attempting to keep them in check as they entertain them at the Ron Steel Sports Ground.
Fresh from a midweek Derbyshire FA cup at Heanor Town, from two levels higher in the non-league pyramid, Aston United visit Butt Field to play Bingham Town.
Ruddington Village host bottom club FC Cavaliers at Elms Park.
In Division One, leaders Calverton Miners Welfare visit Hollinwood Lane to take on third placed Gedling Southbank. David Corder and Steven Brett come into the squad that beat Birchover Park in the Notts FA Intermediate Cup last week.
In Division Two, leaders Selston Reserves, who lost their 100% record last time out, entertain Ravenshead who likewise have only lost once in the league this season.
The two unbeaten teams, Aslockton Cranmers and Team DNF, face each other at Bingham Leisure Centre.