In the Nottinghamshire Senior League the Senior Cup gets underway this weekend. Current holders Cotgrave begin the defence of their trophy with a home tie at Woodview against newly promoted Calverton Miners Welfare.
There are a number of other all-Premier Division ties as Bingham Town entertain Attenborough at Butt Field, Newark Flowserve welcome Magdala Amateurs to Hawton Lane, Ruddington Village host 2016 winners Awsworth Villa at Elms Park and AFC Dunkirk travel to Bracken Park to face Underwood Villa.
After picking up their first point of the season last weekend, Division One Ravenshead welcome the 2015 winners, Wollaton, to Cornwater. Other first division teams hosting higher opposition are Mansfield Hosiery Mills, who entertain FC Cavaliers at The Fieldings, Beeston Rylands face Gedling Southbank at Leyton Crescent and Ashland Rovers meet Sandiacre Town at Kingsway Park.
Netherfield Albion face Southwell City in a match switched to the War Memorial Ground, while the only all-Division One tie sees AFC Bridgford take on Kirton Brickworks at Gresham Sports Park.
In Division Two, Nottingham City welcome Antony Edwards back into the squad, following a suspension carried over from last season, as Greyhounders travel to Grassington Road. City will be without Jahvagn Nugent, however, as he has left the club.
Bridgford United are unbeaten in their first three games, they intend to keep that run going as they travel to the Centenary Sports Ground to take on Southwell City Development.
Sneinton Town hope to have added some extra firepower to their squad in time for the visit of Bingham Town Reserves to the Inspire Stadium.
Leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers will attempt to maintain their 100% record on the road at The Poplars, facing Burton Joyce