Rangers aim to keep Premier unbeaten run rolling
Highfield Rangers put the Premier Division's only surviving unbeaten record on the line tomorrow.
The men from Gleneagles Avenue head to Dunton and Broughton Rangers sitting in fourth place in the table, but with games in hand on the trio of sides ahead of them.
Caterpillar are currently setting the pace as they welcome Ashby Ivanhoe, who have lost just one game.
However, the three draws in their seven games has prevented them climbing closer to the top.
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A sequence of four consecutive wins has seen champions Rothley Imps lay the foundations for another title challenge.
The second-placed side, who top the goal-scoring charts with 29, travel to Sileby Saints.
Kirby Muxloe Reserves remained in third place on Tuesday and will look upon a 2-2 draw at home to Saffron Dynamo as something of a missed opportunity.
A demanding game at Stapenhill lies ahead of them tomorrow.
The point at Ratby Lane was a handy one for Dynamo, although it was not enough to lift them off the foot of the chart.
They will remain there for a while, too, as they have no game this weekend.
Fellow strugglers Cottesmore Amateurs, who banked their first win of the season only last week, are at home to FC GNG.
Birstall United are another side in need of points. They have made a poor start which has yielded just one win from nine fixtures. They welcome mid-table Sileby Town to Meadow Lane.