There’s a new leader of the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division as Clifton All Whites’ midweek win over Ruddington Village saw them ascend to the summit on goal difference over Bilborough Town. Clifton are away at Cotgrave this weekend in a dress rehearsal for their NSL Senior Cup semi-final at the end of the month.
Bilborough will look to include new signing from Wollaton, Ryan Bowen, as they travel to Bracken Park to take on Underwood Villa.
Wollaton, in third, will attempt to keep up pressure on the top two as they welcome AFC Dunkirk to the WSA. Dunkirk’s hopes of the title are fading as they are currently on a run of three straight defeats.
Newark Flowserve welcome Aston United to Hawton Lane. Newark are three points ahead of their opponents but have played five more games.
An improving Sandiacre Town entertain Bingham Town at St Giles while Magdala Amateurs will try and bounce back from a disappointing loss to Aston last time out as they host FC Cavaliers at Roko.
Ruddington Village have lost back-to-back matches. They visit The Strand to play an Attenborough side that won for the first time since mid-January last weekend.
Nottingham Trent University entertain bottom club Unity at Clifton Campus.
In Division One, leaders Calverton Miners Welfare will be without Jack Harris and David Corder as they welcome Birchover Park to Hollinwood Lane.
In Division Two, with top side Team DNF not in action, second-placed Ravenshead will try and take advantage as they travel to Bilsthorpe Sports Ground to take on Bilsthorpe Reserves.
Having lost out to the weather previously, Selston Reserves and Bingham Town Reserves will attempt once more to stage their NSL Junior Cup quarter final at the Parish Hall Ground.