In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Newark Flowserve go in pursuit of their 16th win from 16 at Roko as they face Magdala Amateurs.
Wollaton, in second and third respectively, are separated only by goal difference. Wollaton will attempt to extend their unbeaten run to six matches as they welcome Gedling Southbank to the WSA. Cotgrave are looking to bounce back from defeat to the league leaders last weekend as they entertain Awsworth Villa at Woodview.
Southwell City rediscovered their shooting boots in a 5-2 win over Awsworth last time out. They will want to take that form into their encounter with Kimberley Miners Welfare at the War Memorial Ground.
Basford United Community will attempt to win their fifth match on the spin as they travel to The Forest to play FC Cavaliers.
Bilborough Town will want to arrest a four match losing run as they head to Hollinwood Lane to take on Calverton Miners Welfare. Jamie Humphries and Barry Payne come back into contention for a place in Calvo’s squad at the expense of Liam Deane and Daniel Mapplebeck.
Attenborough will be looking to move off the foot of the table as they host Bingham Town at The Strand.
Underwood Villa welcome AFC Dunkirk to Bracken Park and Ruddington Village entertain Sandiacre Town at Elms Park.
In Division One, it is top versus bottom as Netherfield Albion host Ruddington Village Reserves at Hollinwood Lane.
Ravenshead are having to shuffle their pack for their trip to Platt Lane to play Keyworth United Reserves. Veteran Paul Smith is suspended and Mark Smallwood is out with a hamstring strain. Dave Harkin, Ash Martin and Chris Bovey return to The Ravens’ squad.
In Division Two, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers entertain Keyworth United Development at Eagle Valley with second placed Bridgford United looking to capitalise if they slip up as they travel to Hawton Lane to take on Newark Flowserve Reserves.