In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Attenborough welcome league leaders West Bridgford to The Strand. Jack Wilkinson is back in the Boro squad after missing last week, alongside new signing Jack Warner.
Boro (from): Daykin, Wilkinson, Winfield, McGoewn, Bowles, Spawton, Smith, Watts, Blewitt, Fryer, Nice, Wale, Mundell, Bradshaw, Warner
After losing their unbeaten record last weekend Ruddington Village will attempt to bounce back as they visit The Poplars to take on Burton Joyce. BJ are currently on a three game winning streak in all competitions.
Rudd (from): Edge, Benwell, Leslie, McMullen, Davies, Hopkinson, Carver, Rimington, Newbold, Moore, Rhodes, Johnson, Hassell, Joseph, Featherstone, Foster
Bingham Town are looking for their third win on the bounce as they welcome FC Cavaliers to Butt Field. Cavs are looking for their first win since mid-September but won the reverse fixture 2-1 at the end of August.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Page, Nicholson, Cox, Archer, Spencer, Snelgrove, Carpenter, Hodgson, Brown, Campbell, Morley, Bramwell, Gamble
Cavs (from): Saleed, Badakker, Danlylszyn, Faulkner, Blades, Camera, Murray, Tohsanghe, Samuels, Davis, John, Beraki, Sibanda, Onwughalu, Oconnor Richards, Shaw, Farrell
In the NSL Senior Cup, Unity travel to Grassington Road to face Division One outfit Nottinghamshire. Unity still have injury problems with several players including Omar Copeland and Luke Tomlinson. Orlando Grinley and Cashel Walters are suspended.
Unity (from): Elliott, Towlson, L Reid, Ventrella, Leeder, Carr, N Robinson, Scott, R Robinson, Barrett, Seaton, S Reid, Burrows, Smith, D Reid, Carter, Campbell, Msungama, Banton
Wollaton also face lower division opposition as they continue the defence of their trophy by hosting Bilborough United at the WSA. Wollaton will be without Jamie McKeever who has left to join Long Eaton United. Bilborough knocked out Premier Division Burton Joyce in Round One.
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Doyle, Hunter, Lambert, Cheatle, Millenstead, Stark, Alls, Day, Rawson, A Mitchell, Hickey, Campbell, Middleton, Stockley
In an all-Premier Division tie Beeston welcome Newark Flowserve to the Hetley Pearson Rec. Newark’s only win so far this season came in the last round when they knocked out Ruddington Village. Although towards the bottom of the league table, Beeston have played two, won two in cup competitions this term.
Beeston (from): Brown, McElhone, Sweeney, Walton, Pickance, Taylor, Walker, Peach, Blaze, Hickey, Samuels, Harrison, Snape, Walsh, Starbuck, Ridgway
In Division Two, runaway leaders AFC Clifton take on Bulwell Reserves at the Charnwood Sports Centre. Clifton are looking for their ninth win in a row but will do so without Jake Bell and Ashley Hickman who are rested. They do welcome Alex Richards and Liam Kerry back in to the squad however. Bulwell will close the gap at the top to eight points with a game in hand if they can secure the victory.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, Farmer, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, Kerry, Sheffield, J Wray, C Wray, Elvidge, Boulton, Kavanagh