In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, new leaders Clifton All Whites will be trying to maintain or extend their three point lead as they welcome Magdala Amateurs to the Norman Archer Memorial Ground. They will do so without the suspended Craig Meakin after he picked up his tenth yellow card of the season.
Second placed Bilborough Town aren’t in action so Wollaton, in third, will look to capitalise as they entertain Real United at the WSA.
Awsworth Villa return to action, following a blank weekend and a midweek postponement, as they host bottom club Unity at The Shilo.
AFC Dunkirk ended a three game losing streak in fine style last weekend with a 7-2 win over Wollaton. They will try and emulate that performance as they head to St Giles to play Sandiacre Town.
Cotgrave will be playing Clifton in the NSL Senior Cup semi-final in midweek. The prelude to that encounter is a trip to Bracken Park to play Underwood Villa.
Newark Flowserve have also reached the cup semi-finals, where they will be playing Nottingham Trent University. Newark’s warm up for that fixture is a visit from Attenborough while NTU travel to Butt Field to face Bingham Town.
Basford United Community welcome Aston United to Greenwich Avenue and FC Cavaliers host Ruddington Village at the Forest Recreation Ground.
In Division One, the top two face each other as leaders Calverton Miners Welfare entertain Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves at Hollinwood Lane. Calverton add David Corder to the squad that beat Birchover Park 4-0 last time out.
The top two in Division Two also meet as Team DNF host Ravenshead. DNF have a 12 point lead over their opponents but they have played three more matches.