In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town will attempt to make it seven wins from seven as they visit The Strand to face Attenborough.
Town (from): Ivanov, Battison, Hayes, D Kane, J Kane, Law, Lee, Palmer, Rhodes, Street, Taylor, Cross, Stewart, Williams, Webster
Boro (from): Clark, Fryer, Hilton, Knight, McGeown, Oldham, Smith, Soal, B Walker, Warner, Winfield, Hobson, Mrvik, R Walker
Awsworth Villa also have a 100% record but have played one game fewer than Bilborough. They entertain Real United at The Shilo.
Villa (from): Goodwin, L Hodgman, R Hodgman, Hutchinson, Michalski, Morgan, Phythian, Staley, Tonra, Walsh, Whitehurst, Grinham, Niblett, Walker
Real (from): Binch, Bowles, Elliott, Gossling, Gregory, Horton, Jenkins, Law, Morgan, Robinson, Sheavills, Holvey, Neugi
Third placed Newark Flowserve will attempt to remain unbeaten as they welcome Nottingham Trent University to Hawton Lane.
Newark (from): Alama, Allen, Ashley, Barnes, Dell, Hage, King, Kirkham, Potts, Price, Zboch, Grant, Hurst, Perkins
NTU (from): Barr-Rostron, Bartle, Busch, Coates, Cox, Daly, Griggs, Hartley, Hayes, Mordecai, Munro, Payling, Reid, Sprouse
Rory Green and new signing Connor Stone are added to the Sandiacre Town squad for the visit of Basford United Community to St Giles Park. Sam Dilks and Adam Spencer (both injured) and Travis Comery (holiday) are unavailable however.
Sandiacre (from): Knowles, Metcalf, Monk, Sayles, Harries, Spencer, Wilkinson, Turner, Bagguley, Room, Roome, Hill, Firth, Fogg, Green, Raisin, Obodovs, Stone
Basford (from): Brown, Chibbaro, Duffy, Harrison, Kitungano, Paixao, Pickbourne, Sweeting, Tabreham, Uhunmwangho, Wakefield, Crossman, Ismae, Smith, Walker
Beeston go in search of their first point of the season as they travel to Woodview to take on Cotgrave.
Cotgrave (from): Bacon, Brumpton, Clements, Gamble, Heard, Lynn, McLean, Mills, Murray, Potts, Thorpe, J Hopkinson, L Hopkinson, Jayes, Forman
Beeston (from): Hill, Cowlishaw, Keys, Walton, Hutchinson, Ali, Lucas, Polkey, Jones, Hodges, Neary, Brown, Jackson, Harrison, Knapczyk, Agana, O’Brien
In Division One, Calverton Miners Welfare host a Kirton Brickworks side at Hollinwood Lane who are looking to bounce back from their first defeat of the season last weekend.
Calverton (from): Osbourne, Smith, Davis, Limb, Harris, Humphries, Ashley, Easom, Bennett, Hodson, Scrivens, Buckle, Brett, Thraves, Williamson
Kirton (from): Abbott, Birch, Darch, Hall, Keeley, Kitchen, Norman, O’Rourke, Ricketts, Spencer, Watson, Buchanan, Chamberlain, Thompson
Ruddington Village Reserves are on the road at the Norman Archer Memorial Ground to take on Clifton All Whites Reserves.
Clifton (from): Bell, Farmer, Gardner, Mantezolo, Newton, O’Brien, Pinnock, Shaw, Soiza, Stredder, Wallis, Liki, Rigley, Harlow, Sansone
Rudd (from): Farnsworth, Fryer, Chambers, Squires, Turner, Hillyard, S Dunstan, Cochrane-Smith,
Burke-Campbell, Richardson, N Dunstan, Hawkins, McIndoe, Bates, Johnson, Price-Henson, Lee, Phillips, Pearce
The action in Division Two gets underway on Friday night as Mansfield Hosiery Mills entertain Bilsthorpe Reserves. The Fieldings has been a happy hunting ground for Mansfield so far with two wins, 13 goals scored and none conceded.
Mansfield (from): Batty, Bennett, Bowles, Brown, Craven, Darrington, Derbyshire, Dixon, Eley, Fones, Greaves, Hill, Hunt, Langton, Lomas, Medley, New, Sheridan, Spelman, Sain, Taylor, turner, Ward, Webster
Bilsthorpe (from): Auld, Bartholomew, Biggs, Dolby, Gill, Grainger, Marshall, Mason, Perkins, Waddell, Whitehurst, Gimson, Hudson, Shaw, S Marshall, R Marshall