Trimley Red Devils can reduce Henley’s lead at the top of the Senior Division to two two points with a win at Sporting 87 on Saturday, though by the end of the day they will have played three games more than the fixtureless league leaders.
Halesworth, in third, have a home game against Haughley while fourth meets fifth as Ransomes host Coplestonians in a reverse of last week’s Morrison Freight Cup tie.
Bottom side Claydon go to Debenham while Old Newton have a home game against Leiston St Margarets.
Improving Wickham Market are now eight points clear of Claydon and play host to Tattingstone. Two mid-table outfits go head to head as Stowupland host East Bergholt.
The leaders of Division One, Thurston, are also without a game which gives a chance for others to make some inroads into their nine point advantage.
Second-place Bacton have an away game at Stanton while Somersham, in third with games in hand, go to Grundisburgh.
Saxmundham are also in the promotion mix and make the trip to bottom side Capel Plough.
In the other Division One fixtures AFC Kesgrave play Achilles and Woolverstone welcome Cockfield.
Four points separate the top five sides in Division Two. Leaders Coplestonians Reserves host third-placed Kirton Athletic who are only a point behind but have a game in hand.
Sporting 87 are level with Cops but have an inferior goal difference which they will look to improve against visitors Stonham Aspal.
Fourth-placed Wenhaston have a home fixture against Ipswich Wanderers Development while Elmswell, in fifth, host Bardwell.
In the other Division Two matches Claydon Reserves play Ipswich Athletic and Kesgrave Kestrels welcome Great Blakenham.