The top two in the Senior Division meet in the game of the day at Stennetts Field as Trimley Red Devils take on league leaders Halesworth with both sides in fine form.
Henley currently sit in third with games in hand and have a trip to a Haughley outfit who have slipped down the table in recent weeks.
Stowupland returned to winning ways last time out and are due to host a Westerfield side who sadly were unable to raise a team last Saturday.
Ransomes have surged up the table under their new management with five wins in succession. They face a trip to Leiston St Margarets.
Old Newton will be looking to freshen up their side as they entertain a faltering Debenham outfit while Coplestonians play host to Wickham Market.
Draw specialists Sporting 87 have a home game against Claydon, who have lost their last five. In the other fixture East Bergholt welcome Tattingstone.
Division One leaders Thurston are now 10 points clear at the top. The Bluesocks host Achilles.
Somersham are second on goal difference but have three games in hand on the Thurston as they go to Bacton. AFC Kesgrave and Saxmundham are level on points with Somersham and face each other.
Capel Plough currently prop up Division One and have a home game with Cockfield while Woolverstone host Stanton.
In Division Two pacesetters Kirton are without a game. The winners of the match between Wenhaston and Elmswell will go top and if that game ends in a draw Kesgrave Kestrels could also reach the summit with a big win over Ipswich Wanderers Under 23s
The other Division Two games see Coplestonians Reserves go to Great Blakenham, Sporting 87 Reserves face Ipswich Athletic, Bardwell host Claydon Reserves and Stonham Aspal play Needham Market Phoenix on Needham’s 3G pitch.

Thanks to David Meeson