In the Senior Division Halesworth currently lead the way by three points from Henley and Debenham, who both have two games in hand.
All three sides are at home on Saturday. Halesworth host Wickham Market, Henley take on Coplestonians while Debenham play bottom team Westerfield.
East Bergholt will be looking to build on their superb win at Framlingham last time out as they host a Haughley side who have also progressed to the Quarter-Finals of the Senior Cup.
Two sides looking for a reversal of recent fortunes meet as Stowupland Falcons take on Claydon with both sides having lost their last three games.
Trimley Red Devils can make it seven wins from their last seven games if they take three points at home to a competitive Tattingstone outfit.
Leiston St Margarets host Sporting 87 with both teans looking for a win to lift them up the table while in the other Senior game Old Newton entertain Ransomes.
Division One leaders Thurston are without a game meaning that Saxmundham could move to within a point of the Bluesocks if they win at bottom side Capel Plough.
Somersham, in third, entertain Grundisburgh while fourth-placed AFC Kesgrave welcome Bacton. In the other Division One fixture Cockfield take on Woolverstone.
Kirton Athletic head Division Two and they have a home game against Great Blakenham. Third-placed Sporting 87 Reserves host Coplestonians Reserves who occupy second spot.
Elsewhere in the Division Wenhaston welcome Stonham Aspal, Kesgrave Kestels entertain Ipswich Athletic, Bardwell take on Ipswich Wanderers Development while Claydon Reserves face Needham Market Phoenix.

Thanks to David Meeson

Many SIL teams are in Primary Cup action and we wish them well.