The Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Southwell City return to league action having maintained their 100% record this season across both the League and County cups in their last two outings. Gedling Southbank, who picked up their first win of the season in the NSL Senior Cup last weekend, are their hosts at Eagle Valley.
Eastwood CFC Development will be looking to capitalise on any slip up by Southwell as they welcome Bingham Town to the Play Soccer USA 3G Arena.
Stapleford Town also have a 100% record but have played the fewest games in the division so are currently in seventh place. They hope their ascent continues with a trip to the Ron Steel Sports Ground to play AFC Dunkirk.
After a bright start to the season Awsworth Villa have tasted defeat in their last three outings. They will attempt to get back to winning ways as they head to Spa Lane to face Aslockton & Orston.
Attenborough crashed out of the NSL Senior Cup last week at the hands of lower division opposition. They will attempt to make amends as they welcome bottom club Bilborough Town to The Strand.
Radcliffe Olympic will get their home league campaign properly underway, having forced to be nomadic so far this season, with Magdala Amateurs the visitors to Wharf Lane.
Calverton Miners Welfare host Keyworth United at Hollinwood Lane and FC Cavaliers entertain Sandiacre Town.
Wollaton are in Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup action with Gedling Miners Welfare of the East Midlands Counties League visiting the WSA.
It’s Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy action for most sides in the rest of the league and there are a number of all-NSL ties: AFC Top Valley host Ruddington Village at Hollinwood Lane while Ruddington Village Reserves welcome Southwell City Reserves to Elms Park.
Elston United of Division Two entertain the Division One leaders Bridgford United at Balderton while Wollaton Reserves meet Clifton All Whites Development.
Cotgrave Reserves host Newark Flowserve Reserves at Woodview and Magdala Amateurs Reserves welcome Robin Hood Colts to Roko.
There are two matches in Division One. Ravenshead have an immediate opportunity to avenge their loss to Kimberley Miners Welfare in the County Cup in midweek as they meet again at Cornwater. The Reds have doubts over Adam Martin, Ryan Towle and Brad Martin following the cup game but Scott Graham is in line for a debut and Liam Walton and Jack Wagstaff return to the squad.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers will be looking to take advantage of a number of their rivals being in cup action by nicking top spot if they can win away at Awsworth Villa Reserves.