HALLAM begin a run of four successive home games with the visit of Yorkshire Amateur to Sandygate tomorrow.
The Countrymen were given a boost ahead of a run of home matches - which includes games against troubled Askern Villa next Tuesday, Rossington Main then Teversal- with a 3-0 victory over Selby Town on Tuesday that saw Julian Watts side climb off the bottom of Division One.
Hallam have yet to win at home in the league but have a chance to end that a record against a side that has lost five of the last six.
Worsbrough Bridge Athletic are undefeated in five in the league at Park Road this season. But that record will be put to the test by Cleethorpes Town who into the game on the back five straight wins.
On-form Dinnington Town will aim to make it four league wins on the spin when they take on second in the table Louth Town at Phoenix Park as Steve Toyne’s team look to gatecrash the top six. Louth are without a win in two away.
AFC Emley host leaders Athlersley Recreation in what promises to be an absorbing contest. Emley have won the last three at the Welfare ground, while Athersley -four points clear at the top - are undefeated in six away.
Rossington Main will hope that a derby against arch rivals Askern Villa can inspire them to would be only a second home win of the season. Main have struggled at Oxford Street this season losing five out of six, but should do well against a Villa side that has lost the last three away.
Parkgate welcome fifth in the table Barton Town Old Boys after ending a run of four league defeats on the spin with a 4-0 victory at bottom of the table Lincoln Moorland Railway on Wednesday evening.
Staveley Miners Welfare travel to lowly Arnold Town hoping to improve on an away record that has seen them take just one point from the last nine away, the Nott’s side have lost five of the last six.
Armthorpe Welfare go in search of a fourth away win of the campaign at Glasshoughton Welfare that would see them leapfrog their hosts in 13th. Leo Fortune-West’s charges should be buoyant after picking up their first home win of the season after beating Arnold Town 4-0 earlier in the week.
Elsewhere, reigning champions Retford United should take all three points at Cannon Park with bottom of the table Lincoln Moorlands the visitors, who are without a win in 15. Maltby Main face a tough task at fourth-placed Brighouse Town who have won all six at home.
Third-placed Worksop Parramore aim to maintain their promotion challenge with a win at Heanor Town.