In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Unity host Underwood Villa at the NTU Clifton Campus and welcome back several players from injury, including Omar Copeland and Shakeill Burrows. New signing Kieron Miles is introduced whilst James Burke is now nursing a hamstring injury. The new management trio of Adhi Scott, Winnie Blackwood and Steve Clifford are looking to continue their 100% record in their third game in charge.
Team from: Elliott, Dobie, Tomlinson, L Reid, Ventrella, Copeland, Leader, Cross, Fyfe, Scott, Miles, Robinson, Croft, Seaton, S Reid, Burrows, Barratt, Towlson, Campbell, Jolley, Msungama, Barracks, Banton
The NSL Senior Cup gets underway with holders Wollaton beginning their defence of the trophy by welcoming first division Magdala Amateurs to the WSA.
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Hunter, Doyle, McKeever, Cheatle, Smedley, Brady, A Mitchell, Rawson Alls, Day, Millenstead, Stockley, Hickey, Atkins, Campbell
Bingham Town include new signing Corbi Brown in their squad for their tie against last season’s beaten finalists West Bridgford at Butt Field. Brown scored on his debut last week against Sandhurst.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Page, Cox, Nicholson, Carpenter, Snelgrove, Gamble, Spencer, Archer, Hodgson, Brown, Bramwell, Sentance, Morley
In an all-Premier Division tie Ruddington Village travel to Hawton Lane to face Newark Flowserve. The two teams are enjoying contrasting fortunes so far this season with Flowserve second bottom in the division whereas their visitors are second top.
Ruddington (from): Edge, Benwell, McMullen, Leslie, Davies, Carver, Heep, McGlaughlin, Rimington, Marcus Hudson, Newbold, Johnson, Cocks, Sissons, Marvin Hudson, Moore
In another all-top flight affair Cotgrave welcome AFC Dunkirk to Woodview. The hosts have drawn their last three matches; a run that won’t be extended as there must be a winner on the day in the NSL Senior Cup.
Cotgrave (from): Heard, Draper, Smith, Prince, Lynn, Holvey, Vipond, Mills, Potts, Jayes, Whitehead, Gray, Thorpe, Cumberland
FC Cavaliers are looking to the more experienced players in their squad to provide the balance they need to build on last week’s victory over Burton Joyce as they travel to the Hetley Pearson Rec to take on Beeston.
Cavs (from): Adeleye, Babikker, Beraki, Blades, Danylyszyn, Murray, Faulkner, Frow, John, Onwughalu, Samuels, Simpson, Taylor, Tomusange, Sabanda
Premier Division Bilborough Town welcome Gedling Southbank from the division below to Eagle Valley. Lyam Webster and Ricky Law are absent for Town but Nick Ivanov and Corey Croft should make the squad after picking up knocks last week. Also returning are Ian Jackson, Ross Swallow and Leigh Copeland.
Town (from): Ivanov, Woodward, Cooper, Jackson, Battison, D Kane, J Kane, Roome, Palmer, Croft, Swallow, McMorran, Copeland, Minors, Wheat
First Division Nottinghamshire welcome Tyrone Cairns and John Harrison back from injury as they host Watnall Athletic, from the division below, at Grassington Road.
Notts (from): Harvey, Atkinson, Hope, Groves, Evans, Gibbons, Lindo, Wood, Margeson, Betts, Brittan, Mitchell, Newbold, Cairns, Harrison
Division Two leaders AFC Clifton visit Station Road to face Kirton Brickworks from Division One. Clifton are on a run of six straight victories whereas The Brickies have lost their last three matches.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, Farmer, Hickman, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, Bell, Kerry, C Wray, J Wray, Sheffield, Boulton, Kavanaugh, Elvidge, Nolan
In Division Two, Nottinghamshire Reserves welcome Bilborough Town Reserves to Grassington Road. New signings Harry Walton, James Darrington and Oliver Seagrave are all hoping to be involved for Notts, as is returning player Jack Hanson.
Notts (from): Walton, James Darrington, Seagrave, Hanson, Newham, Bilgan, Durkin, Newbury, J Cannon, R Cannon, Nangle, Jack Darrington, Preston, Hodgkinson, Meakin