In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Real United, who have scored 11 and only conceded two in their last two matches, hope to have Josh Watts, Alex Ford, Ryan Farrall and Jack Upton back for the visit of Aston United to the Inspire Stadium, having all missed the 5-1 win at Unity.
Attenborough will be without Danny Prance due to work commitments when they welcome FC Cavaliers to The Strand but welcome back Tom Spawton and Seb Archer-Fern to the squad that saw off a spirited Magdala Amateurs team last week. Danny Beldham is also in contention for Boro, provided that he recovers in time from a persistent injury. Cavs recorded their second win of the season in midweek.
With the top two in the table not in action third-placed Basford United Community will attempt to make up ground as they travel to Clifton Campus to face Nottingham Trent University.
Wollaton will look to extend their five game unbeaten run on the road at Bracken Park against Underwood Villa.
After a postponement and cup games AFC Dunkirk’s first league match in November is at home at the Ron Steel Sports Ground versus Sandiacre Town.
Newark Flowserve’s last two league games have been against the top two teams in the division. They won one and lost one and now entertain reigning champions Ruddington Village at Hawton Lane.
Cotgrave beat league leaders Bilborough Town last time out, they welcome Unity, who haven’t won in the league since mid-September, to Woodview.
After a bright start to the season Magdala Amateurs have been faltering of late. They travel to Butt Field to take on Bingham Town who recorded their third win of the season last week.
In Division One, the top six are all in action against one another.
Leaders Calverton Miners Welfare opened the gap at the top to eight points with a hard-fought win over Gedling Southbank last weekend. They add Steven Brett, Adam Limb and Jay Hodson to their squad as they entertain sixth-placed Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves at Hollinwood Lane.
Second-placed Wollaton Reserves were disappointed with a 3-0 reverse at AFC Bridgford last week. They will attempt to make amends as fourth-placed Southwell City Reserves visit the WSA.
AFC Bridgford, in third, have a trip to Hollinwood Lane to face Gedling Southbank who are fifth.
In Division Two, Team DNF will put their 100% record to the test away at Selston Reserves.
Aslockton Cranmers, whose unbeaten run was ended by Team DNF last week, host Radcliffe Olympic Reserves at Bingham Leisure Centre.
Mansfield Hosiery are back in league action for the first time since mid-October as they visit Cornwater to play Ravenshead.