In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Newark Flowserve take their 100% record to St Giles as they play Sandiacre Town. Second placed Awsworth Villa have switched their home encounter with Underwood Villa to Eastwood’s Coronation Park due to fears about The Shilo being unplayable. Kick off will be 12.15pm.
Basford United Community start the day in fourth and, barring a huge swing in goal difference, are likely to end the day in the same position as Calverton Miners Welfare visit Greenwich Avenue. Jack Harris comes back into the Calvo squad following their loss to Attenborough last week.
Wollaton head to Hollinwood Lane to take on Gedling Southbank, hoping to avenge their 3-1 defeat when the sides met in December. Ryan Tinsley returns for Wollo following suspension.
FC Cavaliers hope to make an impression on the top two as they welcome a Cotgrave side that has lost on their last four outings to the Forest Sports Zone.
Southwell City have also lost their last four. They will look to make amends as Bilborough Town visit the War Memorial Ground.
After beating Southwell last week, Bingham Town host Ruddington Village at Butt Field while Magdala Amateurs entertain Attenborough at Roko.
Bottom side Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC welcome AFC Dunkirk to the Stag Ground.
In Division One, Wollaton Reserves will play their home game with Ruddington Village Reserves at Beeston Weirfields owing to the WSA still being unfit following last weekend’s game.
In Division Two, new leaders Bridgford United will attempt to keep their noses in front of Woodthorpe Park Rangers at their new home of Roko. Ironically their opponents are a side that also call Roko home, namely Magdala Amateurs Reserves.
AFC Clifton’s Jordan Sharpe has scored a hat-trick in each of the last three games, including when they ended Burton Joyce’s nine match unbeaten run last weekend. He will look to continue in that rich vein as his side take on Newark Flowserve Reserves at Hawton Lane.