ENFIELD will be aiming to keep up their 100 per cent start in the Moorhouses Twenty20 competition when they visit Accrington tonight.

The Dill Hall Lane men have two wins from their opening two matches in the Blond Witch Group and will be keen to banish the memory of their heavy Lancashire League defeat to Todmorden on Saturday.

A third straight win would go a long way to securing a semi-final spot for Enfield.

Accrington, meanwhile, need the points to climb off the foot of the table.

They have only played one game so far and a win would ignite their own chances of reaching the last four.

Enfield can call on the format's leading batsman in professional Graeme van Buuren who is averaging 105 from his two matches so far.

Ramsbottom could take over at the summit if Enfield fail to win.

The Rams have won the only game they have played in the competition so far, against East Lancashire, and visit Todmorden in a dress rehearsal for tomorrow's Lancashire League match.

Rishton take on East Lancashire in the group's other fixture.

Holders Church will be looking to make it back to back T20 wins when they visit Bacup in the Pride of Pendle Group.

Church got their campaign up and running with a success over Haslingden last time out and a second successive victory could take them top in whatis shaping up to be a very even group.

Six teams, including Bacup, are level on two points heading into the third round of fixtures.

The advantage lies with Lancashire League leaders Burnley, who host Colne, and last season's beaten finalists Lowerhouse, who are on the road at Haslingden, as both of those sides boast 100 per cent records from their single fixture so far this year.