Rangers aiming to continue fine start to campaign
Highfield Rangers will be looking to maintain their encouraging start to the season tomorrow when they host struggling Saffron Dynamo at Gleneagles Avenue.
Rangers have put two wins and a draw in the bank already as they sit in second place behind Caterpillar with a game in hand. Josh Williams has been the man to catch the eye with two hat-tricks to his name in the early exchanges.
In contrast, Saffron have yet to register a point and will not be relishing the trip across the city.
Caterpillar, who are already in double figures after just four games, travel to Sileby Town. They have a win and a draw from just two games to date.
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Desford sit in third place as they prepare for the visit to GNG. The new boys have played just one league game to date – and it was far from a happy experience as they lost 6-1 at Highfield.
Champions Rothley Imps have yet to find top gear, although they sit comfortably in fourth place. Cottesmore Amateurs pay them a visit.
Much the same is true of Ashby Ivanhoe and Sileby Saints. Neither have found real consistency as they prepare to meet at Ashby.
Birstall United, who were among the title contenders last season, are still looking for their first win of the new campaign. They travel to Dunton and Broughton Rangers.