Senior Division leaders Henley have what could prove to be a tough game at a revitalised Ransomes who currently sit in fourth place.
Halesworth are a point behind, having played a game more than Henley. They take on Stowupland at Dairy Hill while third-placed Trimley Red Devils also have home advantage against Old Newton.
The withdrawal of Westerfield from the Senior Division has left Claydon at the foot of the table. Shane Austin has stood down from the management team as a trip to Leiston St Margarets awaits this weekend.
Haughley are two points above Claydon having played two games more. They are also on the road, journeying to Bourne Vale as they face Tattingstone.
Two sides with contrasting recent form meet as Wickham Market, who have lost five out of their last six games, face a Sporting 87 outfit unbeaten in their last four.
In the other Senior game Debenham take on East Bergholt.
There are four games in Division One. Leaders Thurston are without a fixture meaning that the chasing pack can reduce the 12 point deficit.
Two of the contenders for the remaining promotion spot play each other with Somersham taking on AFC Kesgrave.
Second-placed Saxmundham go to bottom club Capel Plough while Stanton entertain Cockfield. Two sides with similar records who sit in the middle of the table meet at Marina Road where Woolverstone take on Bacton.
Needham Market Phoenix have now resigned from Division Two, having gained promotion at the end of last season. This leaves a 12 club Division.
Leaders Sporting 87 Reserves have a difficult game at home to Kirton Athletic while Kesgrave Kestrels could move into a promotion spot with a win at Ipswich Athletic.
Claydon Reserves welcome Elmswell while in the other Division Two game Stonham Aspal host Ipswich Wanderers Under 23s at Rattlesden Playing Field.