In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders West Bridgford haven’t got a game so Ruddington Village will be attempting to close the gap at the top as they entertain Burton Joyce at Elms Park.
Rudd (from); Benwell, Blanchard, Carver, Cocks, Davies, Edge, Hassell, Hopkinson, Hudson, Joseph, Leslie, McMullen, Rhodes, Rimington, Sansom, Sissons, Starbuck, Thompson, Winch
BJ (from): Roman Easom, M Buckle, S Buckle, Clements, Cooper, Harris, Hayes, Lawson, Moorcroft, Rocca, Ward, Roscoe Easom, Ryan Easom
Wollaton are hot on Ruddington’s heels. They travel to Eagle Valley to face Bilborough Town without Lee Day who was injured in the win over Unity on Easter Monday. Scott Litchfield will be attempting to score his fourth hat-trick in his first four games since returning to Wollaton.
Bilborough (from): Ivanov, Battison, Cooper, D Kane, J Kane, R Law, T Law, Lee, Nadif, Peach, A Webster, L Webster, C Webster
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Hunter, Doyle, K Mitchell, Smedley, Millenstead, Stark, Hickey, Rawson, Litchfield, Green, Heath, Richardson, Stockley, Bignall, Brady
Attenborough are without James Knight, Matt Cragg, Jordan Smith and Paul Iresonfor their clash with Underwood Villa at The Strand but welcome back top scorer Jack Warner, Jordan Ruck and defenders Alex Bowles and Jack Wilkinson.
Boro (from): Mrvik, Wilkinson, N Knight, Winfield, Bowles, McGeown, Fryer, Spawton, Oldham, Fryer, Cotton, Warner, Ruck
Villa (from): Arnold, Beer, Bibby, Dainty, Ellis, Foster, Quinn, Shipley, Thompson, Jake Wright, Joe, Wright, Black, Gilbert, Greaves
For FC Cavaliers’ final home game of the season they welcome Newark Flowserve to the Forest Recreation Ground. Newark are looking to continue their recent resurgence, having lost only once in the league in the last two months.
Cavs (from): Yeboah, Salid, Danlylszyn, Faulkner, Frow, John, Cameron-Richards, Owraku-Amponsem, Taylor, Tomusange, Blades, Beraki, Babikker, O’Connor-Richards, Ngardi, Jinkenah
Newark (from): Barnes, Betts, Brooks, Broxholme, Dell, Kirkham, Lambert, Liddell, Martin, Potts, Walker, Ashley, Nicholson, Hage
Real United aren’t out of the title race yet. They travel to the Nottingham Trent Campus to play Unity.
Unity (from): Burton, Campbell, Croft, Fyffe, Hines, Neil, T Richardson, Scott, Seaton, Ventrella, Wigley, Murray, R Robinson, Gordon, N Robinson, Seymour
Real (from): Bowen, Brown, Burrows, Dyce, Hopkinson, Newton, Rhodes, Shannon-Lewis, Smith, Spiers, Tozer, Anderson, Walton, Charlton
Likewise Awsworth Villa still have a say in the destination of the championship. They entertain Bingham Town at The Shilo. The two sides drew 3-3 in dramatic fashion the last time they met.
Villa (from): Goodwin, Grinham, Huthinson, Michalski, Niblett, Savage, Smith, Walsh, Watson, M Whitehurst, R Whitehurst, Brooks, Tonra
Town (from): Abbott, Archer, Carpenter, Gamble, Hardy, Hodgson, Morley, Nicholson, Page, Spencer, Wall, Andrews, Bramwell, Cox, Haycox
In Division One, Ashland Rovers have fitness worries over Richard Guest, Ryan Martin and Paul Revuelta ahead of the visit of Ruddington Village Reserves.
Rovers (from): Barnes, Beavis, Bircumshaw, G Evans, M Evans, Goss, Greenham, Guest, Hall, Jackson, Martin, A Revuelta, P Revuelta, D Smith, L Smith, Summers
Rudd (from): Burke-Campbell, Chambers, N Dunstan, S Dunstan, Hawkins, Hillyard, Orchard, Pearce, Phillips, Richardson, Turner, Griggs, McIndoe, Squires