MACRON SIL & MORRISON FREIGHT CUP PREVIEW
There are a full set of league fixtures in the Senior Division on Saturday with only leaders Henley missing out.
Trimley Red Devils have a chance to narrow the gap at the top to two points if they can defeat East Bergholt if the game is able to go ahead after recent waterlogging at Gandish Road.
Third-placed Ransomes host Tattingstome while Halesworth, in fourth, have a home game against Leiston St Margarets.
Improving Coplestonians, who have only been beaten by Henley in their last nine games, go to Old Newton and Sporting 87 make the trip to a Wickham Market outfit who are four points clear of bottom side Claydon.
Debenham play host to Haughley while Claydon go to Stowupland Falcons.
In Division One unbeaten leaders Thurston have an away game against third-placed AFC Kesgrave.
Saxmundham could move into a promotion spot with a win at Capel Plough if Kesgrave lose as second-placed Somersham are in cup action.
Woolverstone entertain Grundisburgh in a repeat of last week’s Morrison Freight Cup game which ended 4-4 before Grundisburgh won on penalties while Bacton welcome Achilles.
There are two games in the Second Round of the Morrison Freight Cup as Elmswell from Division Two take on Division One Stanton in a local derby while Wenhaston also entertain higher Division opponents as Somersham are their visitors.
The game of the day in Division Two sees leaders Sporting 87 Reserves welcome promotion hopefuls Kirton Athletic.
Stonham Aspal play Bardwell with both sides yet to win this season. Coplestonians Reserves take on Ipswich Wanderers Under 23s and Great Blakenham Chequers entertain Ipswich Athletic.