Renhold could leap back to the top of the Bedfordshire League with victory on Saturday.
With current Premier Division supported by Sportsform league leaders AFC Oakley M&DH hosting Kent Athletic in their delayed Bedfordshire FA Senior Trophy tie, second place Renhold United’s quest to move back to the top will be the full three points from their visit to Hitchin Road where they meet seventh place Shefford Town & Campton.
With third place AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College sitting the afternoon out fourth place Flitwick Town have the opportunity to jump above them should they maintain their 100% home record with a victory over the visiting 11th place Pavenham. To date the visitors have won just the once on the road in league action this season.
Elsewhere over at Woburn Road, Ampthill Town Reserves now currently on a seven game unbeaten league run and sitting in fifth place, are called upon by second from bottom of the table Elstow Abbey.
Whilst at Harvey Close it’s an all important bottom of the table clash when hosts Caldecote, still searching out their first home point, welcome bottom of the table Eastcotts AFC who will be in search of their first away points and end to a 10 game losing run.
Other action comes at Jubilee Playing Fields,where sixth place host Wilstead look to take their unbeaten league run to six games against the visiting eighth place Cranfield United. At their Playing Field base ninth place Marston Shelton Rovers look for their third home win on the bounce against the visiting fourth from bottom of the table Sharnbrook.
In Division One league leaders Sundon Park Rangers will be looking to maintain their 100% home record when at, Stockwood Park Athletic Track, they host a Shefford Town & Campton Reserves side who are now unbeaten in their last three outings - the first of which was a 3-3 home draw against Sundon Park Rangers. Whilst second place Stevington will attempt to retain their 100% home record when at their Playing Field headquarters they are called upon by second from bottom of the table AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves.
With third place AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves engaged in a home Bedfordshire FA Intermediate Cup tie against Stotfold U21 fourth place Ickleford could jump above them should they claim win number six on the bounce when they journey to Greenfield Road to be hosted by a Westoning side who are yet to be beaten on home soil this season.
Whilst fifth place Queens Park Crescents will also be hitting the road when they journey to Moore Crescent to face third from bottom of the table Houghton Athletic.
Sitting in sixth spot are Meltis Albion who travel to Groveside still unbeaten on the road this season to face bottom of the table Henlow who will be in search of their first homes to end a run of five consecutive defeats. Gold Street is the venue at which Riseley Sports look for just their second home win against Potton Town who are currently on a five game losing run.
In Division Two for league leaders Cranfield United Reserves it will be home action at Crawley Road looking to defend their 100% ways against the visiting Bedford United who despite sitting eighth are still 100% on the road in league action this season.
Whilst second place Lea Sports PSG will be heading for a Cutler Hammer outing against third from bottom of the table Kempston Athletic who are currently on a four game losing run and still in search of their first home points.
Just goal difference behind the PSG in third spot are Cople & Bedford SA who will be in home Grange Road action looking to preserve their 100% home record against the visiting second from bottom of the table Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves who come in search of their first away points.
Fourth place Clapham Sports, also holding down a 100% home record, play host to fifth place Flitwick Town Reserves who will hit the road in search of win number three on the bounce.
Other action comes in Jubilee Park where sixth place Atletico Europa are called upon by ninth place Wootton Village.
For Wixams, the current runaway leaders of division three, it’s a trip to Miller Road looking to defend their 100% record against second from bottom of the table Meltis Albion Reserves who will be in search of their first home points.
Second place Sundon Park Rovers, unbeaten on the road, head to sixth place Renhold United Reserves who will be looking to retain their 100% home record.
Action for third place Dinamo Flitwick will also come on the road when they head towards Rectory Road to be hosted by tenth place Shefford Town & Campton A who will be keen to end their current run of three consecutive defeats.
Whilst fourth place AFC Dunton go into Horseshoes Close action still unbeaten on home soil this season against ninth place Caldecote Reserves who are currently on a three game losing away run.
Other action comes at Whiston Crescent, the venue at which Clifton look for just their second home win against the visiting fifth place White Eagles for whom it will be only their second away outing.
At Bedford Road Recreation Ground bottom of the table Sandy Reserves, now on a six game losing run, go in search of their first home points when called upon by seventh place Wilstead Reserves who travel in search of their third away win on the bounce.
In Division Four league leaders Mid Beds Tigers are in home action at the Sandy Academy looking to defend their 100% ways when they host to third place Stevington Reserves now losers of their last three away games. It’s also home action for second place Polonia Bedford when in Allen Park they play hosts to fourth place Caldecote A.
Over at Woodlands fifth place Bedford Albion seek out win number four on the bounce when called upon by eighth place Flitwick Town A who will be in search of just their second win of the season.
For sixth place Westoning Reserves now losers of their last four outings it’s a trip to Hurst Grove to be hosted by bottom of the table Lidlington United Sports who are still in search of their first point/points of the season.
The final action comes on the 3G at Hillgrounds being the venue at which Kempston Town & Bedford College A look to take their unbeaten ways up to three games when called by Henlow Reserves who likewise are unbeaten in their last two league outings.