In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Clifton All Whites travel to The Forest Recreation Ground to face FC Cavaliers knowing that a win, or favourable results elsewhere, will see them crowned champions.
Awsworth Villa kept alive their slim hopes of the title with a midweek win over Aston United. They travel to Elms Park to play last season’s champions, Ruddington Village, where they need another three points and for Clifton to slip up.
After having led the league for a large proportion of the season Bilborough Town are now hoping to cement third place. They host Wollaton, one of the teams who could possibly pip them for the bronze medal position, at the Harvey Hadden Stadium.
AFC Dunkirk are also vying for third. They suffered a setback in midweek with a loss to bottom club Unity but will attempt to make amends when Newark Flowserve visit the Ron Steel Sports Ground.
Basford United Community host NSL Senior Cup finalists Nottingham Trent University at Greenwich Avenue.
Aston United play their fourth game in eight days as they head to Roko to take on Unity.
Underwood Villa are trying to ensure they stay out of the basement position, they are five points ahead of Unity, with Magdala Amateurs are the visitors to Bracken Park.
Attenborough are another club looking over their shoulder, but should have done enough to be safe. They travel to Butt Field to play Bingham Town.
There are just two matches in Division One. Awsworth Villa Reserves warm up for the NSL Junior Cup final next weekend by welcoming Kirton Brickworks to The Shilo while Bilborough United complete their season by hosting AFC Bridgford at Coronation Park.
The final game of the season in Division Two sees Selston Reserves entertain Mansfield Hosiery Mills at the Parish Hall Ground.