In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division second placed Ruddington Village welcome Wollaton to Elms Park. Rudd’s league form deserted them last week as they lost in the Senior Cup to Newark Flowserve. Wollaton will be without without Lorcan Hickey, Adam Campbell and Tom Lambert for the trip.
Ruddington (from): Benwell, Carver, Cocks, Davies, Edge, Hassell, Heap, M Hudson, Hudson, Joseph, Johnson, Leslie, McGlaughlin, Moore, Newbold, Rhodes, Rimington, Winch, Hopkinson
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Doyle, Stockley, Cheatle, McKeever, A Mitchell, Millenstead, Stark, Alls, Day, Rawson, Middleton, Hunter, Smedley, Westcarr
Bingham Town have had a stuttering start to the season. They travel to the Inspire Stadium to face Real United who are up to third after going five games unbeaten.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Page, Nicholson, Cox, Archer, Spencer, Snelgrove, Carpenter, Gamble, Hodgson, Brown, Morley, Bramwell, Sentence
Following a testing few games, having faced last season’s champions and runners up in the last two weeks, Awsworth Villa welcome back a number of players for the visit of Newark Flowserve to The Shilo. Staley, Jones, Walsh, Smith, Tonra, Withe and Captain Liam Hutchinson all take their place in the squad.
Villa (from): M Walsh, Michalski, Jones, Smith, Ferguson, Staley, Johnson, Withe, Goodwin, Tonra, S Hutchinson, Meakin, L Hutchinson, I Whitehurst, Greenhalgh, Morris, D Walsh, R Whitehurst
Cotgrave visit The Polars to take on Burton Joyce. Cotgrave are in the habit of drawing their games at the moment, including taking Real United to extra time and penalties in the Senior Cup last weekend.
Cotgrave (from): Adam Heard, Eddie Draper, Daniel Smith, Sam Prince, Graham Lynn ( c ), Mark Holvey, Marek Vipond, Jimmie Whitehead, Adam Gray, Chris Jayes, Jordan Cumberland, Lewis Dobbins, Adam Sinnot and Richard Wells
In Division One, Netherfield Albion make the trip to face Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and have a full squad available. James Leivers, Ryan Fowler, Chris Kemp, Dan Huskinson and Ash Batchford are all available again after missing the Radcliffe defeat.
Albion (from): Jones, Cross, Walker, Muirhead, Grey, Batchford, Fowler, Huskinson, T Smeed, C Smeed, Kemp, Thorpe, Sylla, Bowen, Clayton, Leivers, Geeson, Kieran Johnson, Kirk Johnson, Collymore
In Division Two, leaders AFC Clifton include new signing Ryan Watkinson as they take on Bilborough United Reserves at Basil Russell Park. Although they lost in the cup last weekend Clifton are on a six game winning run in the league, which included a 9-1 victory over this weekend’s opponents.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, Farmer, Hickman-Court, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, Kerry, C Wray, J Wray, Elvidge, Kavanagh, Boulton, Sheffield, Bell