Horncastle-based AFC Harpars are gearing up for a top-of-the-table showing in Division Two of the Lincoln and District Sunday League tomorrow.
Harpars are currently second in the table and face a tough test at Burton Arms who have replaced them at the head of the title race.
A goal from Kyle Smith helped Harpars to a 1-1 draw against struggling Golden Eagle last Sunday and they will be looking for a much improved performance.
Woodhall Spa United and Wragby are in action in Division One tomorrow - and both sides will be looking to climb the table.
Fourth placed Wragby will be aiming for a revenge win against Rustons United after losing 4-0 to the same opposition in the Ron Eaglen Challenge Cup last Sunday.
Woodhall, meanwhile, lost 3-1 at leaders Saxilby in their last match with Richard Jackson bagging a consolation goal from the penalty spot.
Bardney are in Division Four action tomorrow at home to fellow strugglers Shakespeare BBH.