Notts Premier League eaders Cuckney face vital derby while Hucknall need win as relegation looms

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Notts Premier League leaders Cuckey head to Welbeck for a vital derby match as the season reaches the business end.

Cuckney have not tasted defeat on 11 weeks, though both of their losses this season have come on their travels.

Welbeck are undefeated at home, but a string of abandonments and cancellations has them hovering just outside the relegation places.

West Indian Cavaliers will be looking to keep up the pressure on Cuckney when they welcome Radcliffe-on-Trent to Birchover Park.

Radcliffe are enjoying a five match unbeaten run, but the Cavs are enjoying a nine game run of their own.

Plumtree have slipped to third over recent weeks, largely on the back of a poor run of home form.

They get a chance to put that right when Caythorpe come to the PCG.

The visitors find themselves in eighth in the table, with a not too comfortable cushion over the sides below them.

Champions Kimberley Institute lie in fourth after themselves going through a few struggles, having gone eight weeks since a victory.

They visit Clifton Village this weekend, with the Villagers having dropped to the foot of the table after losing three of their last four matches.

Notts Academy welcome Hucknall to Lady Bay with both sides having lost their last two matches.

The Academy are tied for fifth with Mansfield Hosiery Mills, whilst Hucknall are second from bottom, 20 points adrift of safety and both sides need the win.

Mansfield pay a visit to Ordsall Bridon to round of the weekend’s fixtures.

The Millers are unbeaten over the last seven weekends, though they have won only two of those matches.

For Bridon, there’s only been one win in the past 10 weeks, the good news being that it was last week.