Non-league: Senior League leaders take on bottom pair
It would be a considerable surprise if there was a significant change at the top of the Premier Division tomorrow afternoon.
The top two, Caterpillar and Rothley Imps, tackle the bottom pair, FC GNG and Birstall United, in the latest round of fixtures.
Caterpillar lead the way as they get ready to welcome GNG, although their advantage is just one point and Rothley have a game in hand. Rothley host neighbours Birstall United and while a home win would appear to be on the cards, United showed something like their capability in their most recent game when they hammered Cottesmore Amateurs 6-1 in the Beacon Bitter Cup.
Should either of the leading duo slip up, then Highfield Rangers are best placed to take advantage. They visit a Cottesmore side who no doubt will still be licking their wounds from their defeat against Birstall.
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Kirby Muxloe Reserves, in fourth, travel to Desford but the leading group would all be well advised to keep their eyes on sixth-placed Stapenhill, who have games in hand on the sides ahead of them.
Tomorrow they entertain fifth-placed Sileby Town in what could prove one of the games of the day.
Saffron Dynamo pay a visit to mid-table Ashby Ivanhoe looking for the win which will keep them clear of trouble, while the winners of the Sileby Saints-Dunton & Broughton Rangers affair will take a significant step closer to the top half of the table.