Horncastle based AFC Harpars will be looking to dial up a winning score on Sunday when they entertain FC Vodaphone in Division Three of the Sills and Betteridge League.
Harpars currently top the table but saw their lead cut after a 2-1 defeat against FVA Jerusalem Reserves last Sunday.
It was a rare setback for Haraprs who are still seven points ahead of second placed Trent Valley who have four games in hand.
FC Vodaphone are fifth in the table but Harpars will be banking on the firepower of leading scorer Michael Harness to secure three points.
In Division One, FC Wragby will be looking to bounce back to winning ways when they entertain Ruston Sports.
Wragby have seen their title hopes slip in recent games and are in sixth place, five points behind leaders Hykeham.
In Division Two, table-toppers Woodhall Spa don’t have a game this Sunday but will be keeping a close watch on results involving their nearest challengers Rustons United and Saxilby Athletic.