In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Southwell City have had their advantage cut to just one point. They will attempt to keep their noses in front as Wollaton make the trip to the war Memorial Ground. Second placed Cotgrave will be looking to leapfrog Southwell with a positive result as they travel to The Shilo to take on fourth placed Awsworth Villa.
Keyworth United lost for the first time in seven league matches last weekend. They will try to consolidate third place when they host FC Cavaliers at Platt Lane. It was Magdala Amateurs who defeated Keyworth for their third win on the trot. They meet another of the division’s form sides as Aslockton & Orston are unbeaten in their last six heading into their encounter at Spa Lane.
Stapleford Town are celebrating being permanently back at their spiritual home of Hickings Lane, with bottom club Gedling Southbank the visitors.
Bilborough Town are just above Gedling and battled to hold onto their third point of the season with a 2-2 draw at Eastwood CFC Development last weekend. Bilborough welcome Sandiacre Town to the Harvey Hadden Stadium while Eastwood head to Wharf Lane to play Radcliffe Olympic.
Calverton Miners Welfare, bolstered by new signings Keiron Davies and Adam Whitehead, entertain AFC Dunkirk at Hollinwood Lane and Attenborough host Bingham Town at The Strand.
In Division One, there’s a repeat of last season’s Junior Cup final as leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers host Burton Joyce at Eagle Valley.
Bridgford United have a goalkeeping decision to make after their debutant last week against Ruddington Village performed well. New signing Kyle Pemberton will definitely keep his place in the side for the match at The Fieldings against Mansfield Hosiery Mills after netting a brace on his first appearance. Another new signing, Emmanuel Nduku, also makes the squad.
Ravenshead must wait to learn whether Dan Phillips and Ryan Towle are fit for the visit of Bestwood Miners Welfare to Cornwater. Mark Yates is available again but Perris Thomas is definitely missing through injury. New signing Adam Gross impressed on his debut and is likely to keep his place.
Southwell City Reserves travel to Station Road to play Kirton Brickworks and Basford United Community welcome Radford Reserves to Greenwich Avenue.
In Division Two, Ravenshead Reserves travel to Roko to play Magdala Amateurs Reserves still smarting from last week’s heavy loss to Keyworth United Development. A number of changes could be made with Josh Worrall and Callum Disley available again. Mitchell Travers turned out for the first team last weekend but is expected to feature for the Reserves this time out.
Kane Pearson and Joe Gunn will be leading the charge for AFC Top Valley again, when they head to Butt Field to play Bingham Town Reserves, after they netted four and three goals respectively last weekend.
Kirton Brickworks Reserves picked up their first win of the campaign last week. They will try to follow that up as they make the trip to the Brian Wakefield Memorial Ground to play Nottingham Community. Sneinton Town are still searching for their first points with Newark Flowserve Reserves the visitors to Gresham Sports Park.