In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Southwell City opened up a four point gap at the top of the table with a hard fought win over Wollaton last time out. They will look to consolidate their position as they head to the Play Soccer USA 3G Arena to face Eastwood CFC Development while Wollaton will try to bounce back as they visit Wharf Lane to take on Radcliffe Olympic.
Calverton Miners Welfare’s new signing, Kieron Davies, could make his debut as his side travel to Woodview to play second-placed Cotgrave. Dane Bennett is also added to the squad that came from behind to beat AFC Dunkirk last weekend.
Stapleford Town, who have lost only once all season, welcome another form side, in the shape of Aslockton & Orston, who are unbeaten in seven matches in all competitions, to Hickings Lane. Aslockton last lost to Awsworth Villa, who entertain Attenborough at The Shilo.
After going on a six game winning run in the league, Keyworth United have lost their last two. They will hope to start picking up points again as they head to St Giles to play Sandiacre Town. The two teams that beat Keyworth recently are Magdala Amateurs and FC Cavaliers, who meet at Roko.
AFC Dunkirk host Bilborough Town, who are still searching for their first league win of the campaign, at the Ron Steel Sports Ground.
In Division One, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers dropped their first points of the season last week in a draw with Burton Joyce. They will look to get back to winning ways as they welcome Basford United Community to Eagle Valley.
Burton Joyce are in Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy action, alongside a number of other NSL clubs. BJ are one of only two clubs who are playing a team from outside the league though as they host United Greys at the Poplars while Robin Hood Colts travel to Trent Vineyard. In the all-NSL ties, Bestwood Miners Welfare entertain Beeston, Kirton Brickworks welcome Ruddington Village Reserves to Station Road and Bridgford United travel to Hickings Lane to play Stapleford Town Reserves.
In Division Two, Ravenshead Reserves entertain Cotgrave, who inflicted a 10-goal defeat on them in the reverse fixture just over five weeks ago, at Cornwater. Levi Brentnall scored twice on his debut last weekend and is joined by returning skipper Lee Pinner, although Jamie Simons is away.