Non-league football: Lutterworth Athletic's Danny Laywood is big threat to Barrow Town
Barrow Town's pursuit of the title sees them involved in derby action tomorrow.
They host a Lutterworth Athletic side who may have lost their last two matches but possess one of the league's most dangerous strikers.
Danny Laywood has hit the target 20 times in 19 starts to date and will be the biggest threat to Barrow, who start the day level on points with Basford United.
Basford travel to second-from-bottom Ellistown, who have breathed life into their own season by winning their last two – although it would still be a major upset should they peg back Basford.
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Blaby & Whetstone Athletic look a long shot for the title even if they still sit in third place.
They make the short trip to St Andrews lifted by a midweek victory at Borrowash Victoria which sent them through to the last four of the League Cup. Jermaine Gordon, Josh Kind and Liam Read scored in a 3-2 verdict.
The Andrews could do with a boost themselves having slipped down the table during a sequence of five matches without a win.
Aylestone Park have the task of recovering from a 6-1 hammering at the hands of Borrowash seven days ago. They are at home to Holbrook.
Thurnby Nirvana host Borrowash, while Bardon Hill Sports are at home to Anstey Nomads, which puts together two unpredictable sides.
Having edged into the top half of the table, Holwell Sports will be looking to consolidate their position as they entertain Radcliffe.
Ibstock United remain rooted to the foot of the table but showed last time out that they have not given up the fight.
They won 3-2 at St Andrews and will be trying to add to their tally when Graham St Prims visit the Welfare.