In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Newark Flowserve will attempt to make it 15 wins from 15 as they head to Woodview to take on third placed Cotgrave.
Calverton Miners Welfare beat Kimberley Miners Welfare 4-0 in the Notts FA Intermediate Cup last time out. This time the pair meet in the league with both sides making a number of changes to their squads. Charlie Wood, Mason Bramwell and Barry Payne are amongst the returning players for Calvo. Kimberley managers Andy Miller and Jamie Chaplin welcome back old faces Josh Stevenson, Scott Carlile and Reece Strode as they attempt to move away from the foot of the table.
Basford United Community are looking for their fifth win on the spin as they travel to Roko to take on Magdala Amateurs.
Awsworth Villa and Southwell City are fifth and sixth respectively, on equal points but with Southwell having played three more. They meet at The Shilo.
After a heavy defeat in their last league outing FC Cavaliers will try to get back to winning ways with the visit of Gedling Southbank to the Forest Sports Zone.
Both Bilborough Town and Ruddington Village have had tough times since the start of November, they will look to add a bit of Christmas cheer to their campaigns when they meet at Elms Park.
Bingham Town welcome Underwood Villa to Butt Field and Sandiacre Town entertain Attenborough at St Giles.
In Division One, leaders Netherfield Albion remain unbeaten but dropped two points for only the third time this season in midweek at Ashland Rovers. Albion travel to Station Road to play Kirton Brickworks. Rovers face Selston Reserves at the Parish Hall.
Ravenshead have Chris Bovey and Mark Smallwood back in the squad for their trip to the WSA to play Wollaton Reserves. Mark White and David Harkin are also back fit and they hope to have a new signing in time for the match.
In Division Two, it’s top versus bottom as Woodthorpe Park Rangers welcome Nottingham City to Eagle Valley. Second placed Bridgford United host Kirton Brickworks Reserves at Lenton Lane.