In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town have no injury worries as they attempt to extend their unbeaten run away at Unity. Tommy Street will be missing for Town, however, as he serves a one match ban.
Unity (from): Gee, Golding, Gordon, Hall, Hodgson, McCoy, McDonald, Msungama, Scott, Walton, Davis, Lyken, Kennerdale, Papp
Town (from): Ivanov, Battison, Williams, D Kane, Hayes, Nadif, Cross, Palmer, Lee, Bensley, Spray, Stewart, Webster, Nicholson, J Kane, Croft, Law, Taylor
Wollaton are at full strength for the visit of Ruddington Village to the WSA.
Wollaton (from): Heltrop, Krause, Liburd, Barber, Nutt, Timmons, S Craven, D Craven, Rothwell, Fisher, Kelly, Towle, Knight, Chadwick, Branston, Barratt
Ruddington (from): Benwell, Cassidy, Cooke, Edge, Hassell, Johnson, Leslie, McMullen, Moorcroft, Rhodes, Rimington, Cannon-Brownlie, Sissons, Starbuck
Attenborough have new signings James Hales and Daniel Prance available for their trip to Woodview to face Cotgrave.
Cotgrave (from): Gamble, Garton, Gray, J Hopkinson, Lynn, McLean, Mills, Potts, Royston, Smith, Thorpe, Heard, L Hopkinson, Allison
Boro (from): Cannon, Clark, Fryer, Kinnerley, J Knight, N Knight, McGeown, Oldham, Smith, Warner, Garton, Hobson, Walker, Hales, Prance, Daykin
Bingham Town will attempt to build on their first win of the season last time out as they travel to the Lee Westwood Sports Centre to take on Nottingham Trent University.
NTU (from): Bailey, Busch, Cox, Craig, Daly, King, Nathan, Rhodes, Smith, Sprouse, Street, Seeley, Wallis
Bingham (from): Archer, Bramwell, Buckberry, Carpenter, Cox, Jepps, Lowe, Morley, Nicholson, Snelgrove, Spencer, Robb, Stevenson
Sandiacre Town will look to make it back-to-back league wins as they welcome second placed Awsworth Villa to St Giles Park.
Sandiacre (from): Dilks, Firth, Fogg, Green, Harries, Harrison, Knowles, Room, Sayles, Spencer, Turner, Comery, Hill, Roome
Villa (from): Walsh, Goodwin, Grinham, Niblett, Phythian, Savage, Smith, Staley, Stevenson, Wheatley, R Whitehurst, Tonra, Watson, M Whitehurst
Basford United Community are the division’s top scorers and will attempt to add to their tally when they visit the Inspire Stadium to play Real United.
Real (from): Blair, Burton, Cheatle, Elliott, R Farrell, L Farrell, Ford, Law, Lopez, Payne, Riches, Mugadza, Richardson, Bowles, Pevier
Basford (from): Boateng, Brown, Harrison, Kitungano, Pickbourne, Podier, Tabreham, Taylor, Uhunmwangho, Wakefield, Sweeting, Allen, Chibbaro, Crossman, Paixao
In Division One, leaders Calverton Miners Welfare welcome AFC Bridgford to Hollinwood Lane. The last time Calverton failed to win in the league was when the two sides played out a stalemate when they last met in mid-August.
Calverton (from): Osbourne, Williamson, Brett, Humphries, Easom, Smith, Harris, Kirkham, Hodson, Bennett, Bradwell, Buckle, Scrivens, Limb, Richards, Ashley
Bridgford (from): Hall, Henson, Kirk, Matthews, McNeill, Musk, Sidhu, Spencer, Teer, K Wilson, L Wilson, Holdsworth, Joseph, Morgan