Non-league football: Rothley Imps' chance to widen gap in Senior League
Leaders Rothley Imps can put more space between themselves and their title rivals tomorrow.
While Imps entertain bottom-of-the table FC GNG, the Premier Division's second and third-placed sides will both be on duty in the Beacon Bitter Cup quarter-finals.
Kirby Muxloe Reserves, who moved into second on Tuesday when they beat Birstall United 3-1, which puts them eight points behind Imps with a game in hand, travel to Stapenhill for a place in the last four.
Caterpillar, now third in the Premier, face an intriguing game as they go to Division One title hopefuls Friar Lane & Epworth.
The Lane are unbeaten in the league this term and have also reached the final of the County FA Intermediate Cup.
First Division leaders Allexton & New Parks, who have won all 16 league games to date, travel to Hathern.
Earl Shilton Albion, fifth in Division One, hope to cause an upset when they host Premier strugglers Birstall United.
Premier title contenders Sileby Town play their game in hand over Kirby and Caterpillar knowing a win could take them ahead of both teams.
They face a difficult match at Ashby Ivanhoe, a side who could yet stake a top-two claim, if they win their games in hand.
At the other end of the table, a victory for Saffron Dynamo at home to Desford would see them clamber out of the bottom two.
The Premier programme is completed by Dunton & Broughton Rangers' visit to Highfield Rangers.