Premier Division supported by Sportsform action this weekend sees 100% league leaders Renhold United make the short journey to face third from bottom of the table Pavenham.
The game is at Pavenham Playing Field where the hosts will be looking for just their second home win of the season. Whilst second place Shefford Town & Campton will be defending their own seasons unbeaten ways when tenth place Wootton Blue Cross come calling on them at Hitchin Road.
Over at Hillgrounds, seventh place AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College will be seeking their first league home win when called upon by bottom of the table Lidlington United Sports who themselves will be in search of their own first away win.
Also in search of their first home success will be AFC Turvey when they go into Thurleigh Playing Field action against fourth place Marston Shelton Rovers who thus far have lost just the once on the road in league action this season.
For second from bottom of the table Caldecote at Harvey Close it will be home action against eighth place Eastcotts AFC whose lone success on the road this season to date came at Sandy just over a month ago. Whilst at the Flitwick Community Football Centre, fifth place Flitwick Town having been beaten by just Renhold United on home turf this season play hosts to third place AFC Oakley M&DH whose away record to date reads played six, won four, lost two.
The final game comes at Lodge Road, the venue at which sixth place Sharnbrook now without a home win to their name since beating Eastcotts AFC on the opening day of the season take on a Wilstead side whose lone away win of the season also came at the expense of Eastcotts AFC back in early September.
In Division One for league leaders Henlow who still hold down a season’s unbeaten away record its a trip to King George VI Playing Fields to face tenth place AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves who will be playing just their third home game of the season.
For second place Elstow Abbey its home action at the Warren against second from bottom of the table AFC Harlington who will hit the road in search of their first away point/points of the season.
For third place Cranfield United its a trip to Dallow Road to be hosted by bottom of the table Brache Sparta where they will fully expect to collect all three points whilst just down the road at Stockwood Park Athletic Stadium, sixth place hosts Sundon Park Rangers receive a visit from fifth place Meltis Albion who removed them from the Bedfordshire FA Intermediate Cup just three weeks ago.
For the in-form fourth place Great Barford its the search of away win number three on the bounce when they journey to Hillgrounds to be hosted by seventh place AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves who are still awaiting their first home league win of the season and at Rectory Road, eighth place Shefford Town & Campton Reserves play hosts to Bedford SA losers of five of their seven away outings to date this season.
Other action comes in Allen Park, the new home base of Queens Park Crescents who receive a visit from a Riseley Sports side in search of just their second away win of the season. Whilst Ickleford Playing Fields is the venue at which third from bottom of the table hosts Marabese Ceramics go in search of their first home win of the season against the visiting ninth place Potton Town who will travel in search of just their second away win of the season.
In Division Two for sixth place Kempston Hammers Sports it will be like home from home when they travel to Cutler Hammer in search of their first away league win of the season against the hosting eighth place Kempston Athletic who themselves will be looking to return to winning ways on home soil following two consecutive defeats.
Whilst over at Greenfield Road, league leaders Westoning now on a four game winning run play hosts to a Bedford United side looking not to suffer their third consecutive away defeat.
For bottom of the table Wilstead Reserves at Jubilee Playing Fields the quest will be their first home league win of the season against the visiting fifth place Elstow Abbey Reserves and for third place Clapham Sports its a trip to face second from bottom of the table Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves at their Playing Field headquarters.
Over at Miller Road, seventh place Meltis Albion Reserves receive a visit from eleventh place Caldecote Reserves who have been defeated in all of their last five trips away from their Harvey Close home and at Renhold Playing Fields, third from bottom of the table Renhold United Reserves now unbeaten in their last three home starts play hosts to tenth place Moggerhanger United.
The final games come at Wootton Recreation Ground, the venue at which ninth place hosts Wootton Village take on fourth place Stevington who will in search of their fifth win on the bounce.
The game of the day in Division Three takes second place Clifton on the road to Crawley Road to face the still unbeaten at home and sixth place Cranfield United Reserves. Whilst at Bedford Road Recreation Ground its local derby action between the yet to win at home this season hosts Sandy Reserves and the visiting third place Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves who come in search of their fourth league win on the bounce.
For ninth place Flitwick Town Reserves it’s a trip on the road to Pirton Recreation Ground to be hosted by fifth place Lea Sports PSG who will be looking for their third home win on the bounce and at the Bedford Academy, the new league leaders Atletico Europa receive a visit from tenth place FC Serbia.
Other action comes at Redborne School, the venue at which fourth place Dinamo Flitwick still unbeaten in home 3G action this season take on second from bottom of the table Westoning U20 the losers of their last four away outings.Whilst Hillgrounds is the venue at which seventh place hosts White Eagles receive a visit from eighth place Shefford Town & Campton A .