In the Nottinghamshire Senior League, Newark Flowserve are looking to claim their 17th scalp on the trot as they welcome Calverton Miners Welfare to Hawton Lane. Calvo are missing a number of players from the squad that beat Bilborough Town last time out but bring in Dane Bennett and Mason Bramwell as cover as they attempt to halt the runaway league leaders.
Wollaton will try to bounce back from a home defeat to Gedling Southbank last weekend as they entertain FC Cavaliers at the WSA.
Basford United Community have an opportunity to move up to second if they can overcome Bingham Town at Greenwich Avenue.
There’s an outside chance it could be Southwell City who occupy second place on Saturday evening, however, if they can secure a convincing victory over Ruddington Village when they visit the War Memorial Ground and other results go their way.
Bilborough Town’s team had an average age of just 19 years old for their last game. They will turn to youth again as they attempt to arrest a run of four straight defeats with bottom club Attenborough making the trip to the Harvey Hadden Stadium.
AFC Dunkirk and Sandiacre Town have the same number of points in mid-table, will that still be the case after the two sides meet at the Ron Steel Sports Ground?
Gedling Southbank will look to build on their win over Wollaton as they host Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC at Hollinwood Lane.
In Division One, Stapleford Town can move into second place with a favourable result against Selston Reserves at the Parish Hall Ground. Stapleford were 4-1 winners in the reverse fixture last weekend.
Paul Smith is available again for Ravenshead, following suspension, with Ruddington Village Reserves the visitors to Cornwater.
In Division Two, Woodthorpe Park Rangers will attempt to consolidate their position at the head of the table as they make the trip to the Charnwood Sports Centre to play AFC Clifton.
Bridgford United will try and keep pace in second as they head to Dark Lane to take on Greyhounders.