Action this weekend in the Premier Division supported by Sportsform division sees all of the top five clubs hitting the road for away outings.
For the unbeaten league leaders Renhold United that means a trip to Pavenham Playing Fields to be hosted by a Pavenham side who are still unbeaten on home soil this season and now unbeaten in their last four league outings.
Whilst second place AFC Oakley M&DH head to Crawley Road looking to defend their seasons 100% away record against the hosting Cranfield United.
For third place AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College, now winners of their last three away games, it’s the short journey to Weston Park to be hosted by bottom of the table Eastcotts AFC who are currently on a six game losing run.
Whilst fourth place Flitwick Town now unbeaten in their last six, it’s a trip to the Warren to take on second from bottom of the table Elstow Abbey who are currently on a four game losing league run.
Meantime for fifth place Marston Shelton Rovers the destination is the Green at Ickwell looking for their fourth away win on the bounce against the hosting Ickwell & Old Warden who surprisingly have won just the once on home soil all season.
Other action comes at Harvey Close where hosts Caldecote look for their first home points against Ampthill Town Reserves who will be looking for a season’s quick double after beating Caldecote 2-1 with a late goal at Woburn Road just 14 days ago.
Whilst at Bedford Road Recreation Ground, Sandy will also be looking for their first home points when visited by a Shefford Town & Campton side who have won just the once on the road this season.
The final action comes at Lodge Road, the venue at which hosts Sharnbrook seek to end a run of six games without a win against the visiting Wilstead who will be looking for just their second away win of the season.
Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford action sees the top two clubs facing away trips this weekend. League leaders Stevington heading for Miller Road looking to extend their seasons unbeaten ways against the hosting Meltis Albion.
Whilst second place Sundon Park Rangers make tracks to Rectory Road likewise looking to extend their own unbeaten ways against the hosting Shefford Town & Campton Reserves who will be seeking to end a run of three consecutive defeats.
Just one point behind these clubs in third spot are AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves, they will be in home 3G action at Hillgrounds against a Potton Town side who will be looking to avoid their third defeat on the bounce.
Whilst fifth place Ickleford now on a three game winning run will also have home advantage at Chambers Lane when called upon by Riseley Sports.
For bottom of the table Houghton Athletic, still seeking their first points, welcome Henlow. Likewise second from bottom of the table AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves also go in search of their first points when at Church Lane they are called upon by Queens Park Crescents.
In Division Two the 100% for the season leaders Cranfield United Reserves will be hitting the road to Cutler Hammer to face fourth place Kempston Hammers Sports who are yet to be beaten on home soil this season.
Whilst second place Lea Sports PSG will enjoy home advantage at Walnut Tree Road trying to defend their season’s unbeaten ways against a Atletico Europa side who are yet to be beaten on the road.
For third place Cople & Bedford SA it’s a first home game of the season at Grange Road against Kempston Athletic and at the Hockey Centre, Bedford United seek out their first home win of the season when Clapham Sports now winners of their last two outings come calling.
Other action comes at the Football Centre, the venue for Flitwick Town Reserves home game against Wootton Village who will hit the road looking for their first win of the season. A comment that also applies to bottom of the table Elstow Abbey Reserves when they head for a Marston Playing Field outing against the hosting Marston Shelton Rovers who themselves are yet to record a victory this season.
In Division Three for the still 100% league leaders Wixams its home 3G action against the still unbeaten and third place Shefford Town & Campton A.
Whilst second place Wilstead Reserves will also enjoy home advantage when at Jubilee Playing Fields they look for win number three on the bounce against the visitors AFC Dunton who will come in search of their first away points.
It’s also home action in Leagrave Park for fourth place Sundon Park Rovers when called upon by Meltis Albion Reserves and on the 3G surface at Redborne School the visitors trying to prevent fifth place hosts Dinamo Flitwick racking up their third win on the bounce are sixth place Clifton.
Other action comes at Renhold Playing Fields where hosts Renhold United Reserves look to maintain their 100% home record against Sandy Reserves who are on a three game losing run.
Whilst in Mowsbury Park the hosting White Eagles seek their first win in four outings when visited by Caldecote Reserves who themselves will be looking to end a run of three consecutive defeats.
In Division Four it’s a top against bottom encounter at the Sandy Academy where hosts and 100% league leaders Mid Beds Tigers are called upon by Lidlington United Sports who come in search of their first points.
Whilst second place Polonia Bedford head for a Greenfield Road outing against the hosting Westoning Reserves looking for a quick season’s double having beaten them in late September, but with the hosts still 100% on home soil this season the task is not an easy one.
For third place Staughton at their Playing Field base it’s a visit from Bedford Albion. Whilst fifth place Stevington Reserves will also enjoy home advantage at their own Playing Field base when called upon by AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College A.
The final action comes at the Football Centre, where hosts Flitwick Town A going in search of their first home win of the season against still 100% on the road this season Caldecote A.