Atherton Colls entertain Newcastle Town at Alder House with management duo Dennis Haslam and Tommy Foster on their guard against a side under new management.

The Potteries outfit was fully expected to be one of the NWCL Division One title front-runners this season after last term's runners up slot but it hasn't happened. Last week team boss Ray Walker left the club to join Crewe Alex's Academy staff leaving Town matters in the hands of Michael Bates and Stan Wilkes. Colls have to be fully on their guard against a team out to impress in a highly disappointing season.

Atherton LR need one more win this term to beat the number of victories accumulated in the last two seasons combined.

To date Rovers have won 14 games. Alsager are the visitors to Crilly Park tomorrow as manager Alan Lord looks for his side to shake off the reputation of being a midweek outfit.

Lord set his team a target of 73 points from the campaign run-in and with 11 games left the current total is 45. There can now be precious few slips if that goal is to be achieved. Five players will miss tomorrow's game, Liam Boden, Luke Hardman, Mark Fitton, Danny Johnson and Tom Purcell but Jason Holroyd and Paul Buckley return.

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Daisy Hill will be without the suspended Paul Prescot for tomorrow's trip to the side currently joint top in the Division Two table Tetley Walker. (New Sirs - 818544).

The heavy late week rain will have put a question mark over local non league games for tomorrow and it is advisable to check with clubs first before travelling.