In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Southwell City have scored eight in each of their last two league outings. Bingham Town won’t want to see that repeated as they welcome them to Butt Field.
On the subject of scoring eight goals, Awsworth Villa were humbled by Magdala Amateurs in their last league match, a defeat which saw them slip to fourth below Cotgrave, who they meet at Woodview.
Calverton Miners Welfare, who knocked Awsworth out of the Notts FA Senior Cup in midweek on penalties, welcome Ryan Easom and Alex Clarson back to the squad for their trip to The Strand to face Attenborough. Dane Bennett will miss out through suspension, however.
Eastwood CFC Development will attempt to end a run of three straight defeats in all competitions as they head to St Giles to play Sandiacre Town while Keyworth United host Radcliffe Olympic at Platt Lane.
Aslockton & Orston will be looking to keep their three game winning run going as they visit bottom club Gedling Southbank at Eagle Valley and Wollaton welcome Bilborough Town to the WSA.
After an impressive win over higher-tier opposition in the Notts FA Senior Cup in midweek, Stapleford Town are in NSL Senior Cup action this time as they travel to the Ron Steel Sports Ground to play AFC Dunkirk.
In Division One, the majority of teams have Notts FA Senior Trophy ties, including second placed Bridgford United, who welcome Jourdan Blair back following a three game suspension, for their trip to Hollinwood Lane to play AFC Top Valley.
There are three league matches, with leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers entertaining Wollaton Reserves at Eagle Valley, Ravenshead travel to Southwell City Reserves with a question mark over Brad Martin’s availability, Ryan Faulconbridge returns while top scorer Martin McDonagh is pushing for a recall after impressing off the bench last time out, and Mansfield Hosiery Mills welcome Ruddington Village to The Fieldings.
Amongst the matches in Division Two, Ravenshead Reserves host Newark Flowserve Reserves at Cornwater and have Dan Hurst available following a ban, but he may have to settle for a place on the bench as 16 year old debutant Ben Marples excelled in his place last weekend.