In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Clifton All Whites, having won their last eight league matches, will attempt to strengthen their title credentials as they welcome Real United to the Norman Archer Memorial Ground.
Second placed Bilborough Town, nine points behind Clifton, travel to the Ron Steel Sports Ground to face AFC Dunkirk, whose four game winning run was brought to an end by Aston United in midweek.
Awsworth Villa are a further two points behind but have four games in hand over the league leaders and five over Bilborough, who they beat in midweek. Their push for the championship continues with a trip to Hawton Lane to play Newark Flowserve.
Wollaton picked up their first win in five last time out, they welcome FC Cavaliers to the WSA.
Basford United Community, who’ve lost only once in their last nine matches, entertain Ruddington Village, who are unbeaten in three, at Greenwich Avenue.
Cotgrave, one of the division’s most consistently inconsistent sides results-wise, host local rivals Bingham Town at Woodview.
Magdala Amateurs welcome Aston United to Roko while Attenborough entertain Nottingham Trent University at The Strand.
In Division One, Calverton Miners Welfare sealed the title in midweek as Awsworth Villa Reserves’ loss to Gedling Southbank meant their points tally couldn’t be beaten. They will be celebrating their triumph away at Birchover Park but will do so without suspended duo Darren Williamson and Lewis Wheelhouse.
In Division Two, Team DNF can claim the title with a win over Selston Reserves at Clifton Campus. Even if they don’t pick up all three points the title will still be theirs if Ravenshead fail to win on their travels at Mansfield Hosiery Mills. Ravenshead will be without two of the three Martin brothers, Adam and Brad, as well as the injured Chris Bovey.