Wollaton have another chance to wrap up the Precision NSL Senior Division title as they travel to the Charnwood Sports Centre to face PMG Cavaliers. Wollaton need to either gain at least a point, or West Bridgford have to drop points in their encounter with Selston, for Wollo to be crowned champions for the first time since 2006.
Wollaton (from): Turner, Hunter, Doyle, Lambert, McKeever, Mitchell, Stark, Millenstead, Day, Bowen, Atkins, Johnson, Stockley, Middleton, Liburd, Tarr
It’s groundhop weekend in the NSL. First up is the Division One match between Ashland Rovers and leaders Newark Flowserve at Kingsway Park on Friday evening (7.30pm kick-off).
On Saturday Bingham Town entertain Ruddington Village at Butt Field in the Senior Division at 10.10am. Bingham are looking to extend their six game unbeaten run in what could be a high scoring encounter, as there has been an average of nearly five goals in each of Ruddington’s last seven games.
Bingham (from): C Abbott, Hardy, Page, Turton, Nicholson, Cox, Snelgrove, G Abbott, Spencer, Archer, Carpenter, Morley, Hodgson, Gammon, Sweeting
The action then moves back to Division One as Netherfield Albion welcome Nottinghamshire to Victoria Park (12.50pm). Netherfield are looking to bounce back from a heavy midweek defeat at Gedling Southbank. Notts won for the first time in four attempts last time out.
Albion (from): Jones, A Walker, Robinson, Martin, Grey, Leivers, Crawford, Alexa, Kemp, Hatton, Douglas, Burrell, Webster, Langsdale, R Walker
The bonanza then progresses just down the road to The Poplars, Burton Joyce, for the visit of Attenborough in the Senior Division (3.20pm). BJ have injury worries over Sam Buckle (ankle), Mark Buckle (groin) and Adam Swietlinski (knee). Roman Easom and Marc Swietlinski return to the squad. Craig McCaffrey will be missing for Boro as they look to avenge one of their rare home defeats from earlier in the season.
Burton Joyce (from): Roscoe Easom, A Swietlinski, Roman Easom, Beatty, Della Rocca, Clements, Hayes, Harris, Stocks, Ryan Easom, M Buckle, Cooper, Moorcroft, M Swietlinski, S Buckle, Smith, Walker, Ward
Boro (from): Soal, Richards, Payne, McGeown, Bowles, Nice, Oldham, Robinson, Blewitt, Smith, Elliker, Pratt, Mrvik, Brown, Leivers, Birtles
The final game of the groundhop is the local derby between Sandhurst and Kirton Brickworks at Forest Lane (6.15pm). The hosts have injury worries over Dan Munson and Kyle Clarkson, with the latter possibly out until the end of the season. Kirton will be looking to gain local bragging rights in what has been a disappointing campaign for them
Sandhurst (from): Batchelor, Bradford, Brown, Chapman, Clarkson, Ellis, Frost, Gretton, Jones, King, Lobley, Munson, Pearson, Raby, Roy, Shaw, Siddall, Tye, Weir, Westerman
Elsewhere, in Division One, Wollaton Reserves travel to the Inspire Stadium to play Gedling Southbank. Southbank come into the match on the back of that big win over Netherfield Albion. Wollaton haven’t won in their last three matches.
Wollaton (from): Searcey, Palmer, D Labbate, F Labbate, Fawcett, Marcowski, Killeavey, Chambers, Thomas, O Reeves, A Reeves, Brady, Bell, Sharp