In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Ruddington Village continue their pursuit of the league leaders, West Bridgford, as they welcome Sandhurst to Elms Park.
Rudd (from): Benwell, Blanchard, Carver, Cocks, Davies, Edge, Hassell, Hopkinson, Hudson, Joseph, Leslie, McGlaughlin, McMullen, Osborn, Rimington, Sansom, Sissons, Starbuck, Winch, Thompson
Sandhurst (from): Batchelor, Chapman, Cox, Riffiths, Jones, R Kitchen, W Kitchen, Lobley, Munson, Munton, Tye, Coddington, Hurt
Third placed Clifton All Whites will look to build on a resounding victory over Bridgford last weekend as they travel to Butt Field to face Bingham Town.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Hutchison, Page, Cox, Carpenter, Gamble, Spencer, Wallace, Snelgrove, Bramwell, Hodgson, Wall, Cree, Thorpe
Clifton (from): Cole, Hardy, Hawkes, Johnson, Meakin, B Richardson, J Richardson, Thomas, Want, White, Whitman, Francis, Turner, Haughton, O’Rafferty, Way
Beeston are attempting to extend their four game unbeaten run. Real United are the visitors to the Hetley Pearson Recreation Ground.
Beeston (from): Brown, Allen, Pickance, Sweeney, Murray, Neary, Walton, Snape, Gausi, Warner, Hickey, Harrison, Rees, Chiu, Hutchinson, Walsh
Real (from): Anderson, Bowen, Brown, Burrows, Dyce, Newton, Ofushine, Shannon-Lewis, Smith, Spiers, Tozer, Frncisco, Hopkinson, Charlton
Wollaton have won eight and drawn two of their last 10 league games. Underwood Villa visit the WSA.
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Richardson, Hunter, Doyle, K Mitchell, Millenstead, Stark, Brady, Green, Day, Hickey, Middleton, Rawson, Litchfield, Stockley, Heath
Villa (from): Arnold, Askew, Dinty, Foster, Gilbert, Haydon, Quinn, Shipley, Thompson, Weston, Wright, Greaves, Hudson, Smith,
Unity welcome FC Cavaliers to Clifton Campus. It was a 2-2 draw when the two sides first met back in August.
Unity (from): Blair, Campbell, Croft, Fyffe, A Robinson, N Robinson, R Robinson, Seaton, Ventrelaa, Wigley, Hines, Seymour, Taylor, Barrett, Gordon
Cavs (from): Salid, Danlylszyn, Faulkner, Frow, Abdulla, John, Richards, Owraku-Amponsem, Taylor, Tomusange, Blades, Beraki, Babikker, O’Connor-Richards
Hoping to build on a good performance against Wollaton, Attenborough name a strong squad for the game against Bilborough Town at The Shilo. Boro are missing Chris McGeown, Jack Wilkinson, Tom Fryer and Paul Ireson from last week but Jordan Smith, Ethan Winfield, Jordan Ruck and William Oldham return in their place.
Boro (from): Mrvik, N Knight, Winfield, Bowles, J Knight, Jude, Spawton, Warner, Smith, Dakin, Cannon, Merritt, Ruck, Oldham
Town (from): Ivanov, Battison, Cooper, D Kane, J Kane, R Law, Lee, Nadif, Peach, A Webster, L Webster, T Law, C Webster
In Division One, Ashland Rovers travel to the War Memorial Ground to face Southwell City Reserves. Paul Revuelta is back in the squad after being unavailable last week.
Rovers (from): Barnes, Bircumshaw, G Evans, M Evans, Goss, Greenham, Guest, Hall, Jackson, Martin, A Revuelta, P Revuelta, D Smith, L Smith, Summers
City (from): Harmer, Hedgecock, Law, Marcham, Morris, Pinder, H Plume, I Plume, Sims, Walton, Watson, Nussey
Nottinghamshire will attempt to catch Southwell in the table as they make the trip to the Norman Archer Memorial Ground to play Clifton All Whites Reserves.
Notts (from): Harvey, T Brittan, Hope, Mitchell, Harrison, Seagrave, K Brittan, Gibbons, Groves, Hylton, Allsopp, Cairns, Greensmith, Betts, Margeson, Newbold, Siani
In Division Two Nottinghamshire Reserves continue their pursuit of their first home win as Bilborough United Reserves visit Grassington Road.
Notts (from): Logan, Atkinson, Cresswell, Jones, Nangle, Hall, Bilgan, Cairns, Newham, Gunter, Hodgkinson, McKenzie, Springett, Anderson, Lynch, Thompson, Johnson, Tyler, Wood
United (from): Bamford, Clarke, Conway, Day, Dyer, Elliott, Greaves, O’Regan, Palmer, Poku, Samuels, Lester, Seymour, Bent