In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, unbeaten leaders Bilborough Town welcome Tommy Street back into the squad for the visit of Newark Flowserve to Harvey Hadden Stadium. Dean Bensley is unavailable for the hosts, however, and Ricky Law is a doubt.
Awsworth Villa are also yet to taste defeat and will attempt to maintain that record as they welcome Magdala Amateurs to The Shilo. Attenborough have re-signed Paul Ireson and Danny Beldham ahead of their trip to Greenwich Avenue to face third placed Basford United Community.
It’s fifth versus fourth as AFC Dunkirk play host to Wollaton at the Ron Steel Sports Ground. Aston United will attempt to continue their solid start to life in the Precision NSL as they travel to Woodview to play Cotgrave.
Nottingham Trent University entertain Sandiacre Town at Clifton Campus. The two sides played out a 5-5 extra-time thriller when they met in the cup two weeks ago. Reigning champions Ruddington Village find themselves in an unfamiliar position towards the foot of the table but will attempt to get their season back on track as they welcome Underwood Villa to Elms Park.
Both of the bottom two teams will attempt to double their number of league wins when FC Cavaliers meet Bingham Town at the Forest Sports Zone. Unity, without a win in their last four games, host Clifton All Whites.
In Division One, leaders Calverton Miners Welfare will look to extend their 10 game winning run as fourth placed Ruddington Village visit Hollinwood Lane. AFC Bridgford were the last team to take a point off Calverton back in August, they travel to the Stag Ground to face Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves.
Netherfield Albion’s two league wins have come during their last three games, they will attempt to maintain this improved form as Gedling Southbank make the trip to the Inspire Stadium. In a mid-table encounter Southwell City Reserves welcome Birchover Park to the War Memorial Ground.
Following a bright start to the season Greenwood Meadows AFC have lost eight of their last nine league games, they will attempt to arrest that slide as they entertain AFC Clifton. Awsworth Villa Reserves have drawn their last three league matches, including a 3-3 against their hosts this weekend, Bilborough United.
Wollaton Reserves return to action following a week off with a NSL Junior Cup match against Keyworth United Reserves at the WSA.
In Division Two, leaders Selston Reserves travel to Spa Lane to take on second placed Aslockton Cranmers. Selston scored five last time out whereas Aslockton netted 16! Team DNF will attempt to maintain their 100% record as they travel to Butt Field to face a Bingham Town Reserves team that are looking for their third win on the trot.
Beleaguered Beeston entertain Mansfield Hosiery Mills, Basford United Community Reserves take on West Bridgford AFC and Ravenshead visit Underwood Villa Reserves.