AFC Wragby will be hoping to halt their slide down the Lincoln and District Sunday League Division One table tomorrow morning when they entertain Bassingham Bugle Horn.
Wragby let a 3-1 lead slip against Rustons United last Sunday and were beaten 5-4 in a nine goal thriller.
That result saw them slip to sixth place in the table and they will be looking for three points against next-to-bottom Bugle Horn.
Woodhall Spa are also in First Division action tomorrow when they host Newton United at Abbey Lane.
In Division Two, Horncastle based AFC Harpars are braced for a showdown against fellow title hopefuls Trent Valley.
Trent Valley currently top the table with Harpers in third place, two points behind their rivals.
Bardney FC will be looking to build on their first league win of the season last Sunday when they travel to Red Lion Duston in a Division Four fixture.
Adam Hughes, Craig Good, Greg Brown and an own goal helped set up the 4-2 win against Shakespeare BBH last Sunday.
However, Bardney could have their work cut out against Red Lion who top the table with a 100 per cent record from five games.