The Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division action kicks off on Friday night this weekend as second-placed Cotgrave welcome Magdala Amateurs to Woodview and Bilborough Town host Southwell City at the Harvey Hadden Stadium. Bilborough will have to dip into their youth ranks as Ricky Law is out injured and there are doubts about the availability of Ricky Cross, Connor Croft, Matthew Hayes and Nick Ivanov.
On Saturday, leaders Newark Flowserve will attempt to maintain their 100% record with Wollaton making the trip to Hawton Lane. The visitors hope to complete the signing of Tobias Richardson from Bilborough in time for the match.
After an 8-0 win over Calverton Miners Welfare in midweek Gedling Southbank will try and carry that form into their meeting with FC Cavaliers at Hollinwood Lane. Calverton will be looking to bounce back as they head to The Strand to play Attenborough.
Bingham Town are attempting to make it four wins on the trot as Underwood Villa visit Butt Field whereas Basford United Community go in search of their second league win as they host AFC Dunkirk.
Ruddington Village are also looking for their second league win of the campaign as Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC travel to Elms Park.
Sandiacre Town are in FA Vase action with Sherwood Colliery of the Central Midlands League the visitors to St Giles.
In Division One, leaders Netherfield Albion travel to the Fieldings to face Mansfield Hosiery Mills and in Division Two, Woodthorpe Park Rangers will attempt to continue their 100% record as AFC Clifton visit Eagle Valley.