Monk, currently sitting pretty in third spot travel over to Chiseldon who are four places and eleven points below them in the table. The hosts are on their best run of form this season having won their previous two games, 4-3 at Mario's FC and 2-1 at AFC Stratton both of whom are above them in the league. These recent six point shave taken Chiseldon well clear of the drop zone. Monk will need to be wary of their opponent's new found winning ways but will be bolstered by the knowledge of an 8-0 demolition back in November, a game that saw both Jono Peachey-Score and Mitch Sutton grab hat-tricks. The other two were provided by Anthony Collett and Kris Redford.
Chiseldon v Jovial Monk
KO 10am. Chiseldon Recreation Ground, SN4 0LE
The Goats are on a roll. Two wins on the bounce and a clean sheet last weekend as the won 7-0 at Reading Kites. This weekend's game is crucial in the battle for league positions as they welcome Woodley Saints Hobnob, one place above the Goats but only by means of a better goal difference. Hobnob also won last weekend, so both sides will go into the game with some confidence. The sides have met already this season although the result was eventually decided by the league who awarded an away walkover to Caversham. With GC United not playing, the winner of this game would jump into seventh position in the table.
Caversham United v Woodley Saints Hobnob
KO 10:30. Mapledurham Playing Fields, RG4 8LD
Caversham United Women
Caversham's women, currently sixth, are also involved in a tough battle against a team right alongside them in the table, although not as close on point. They welcome seventh placed Wargrave Women to the Rec hoping for another win to keep them in contention for a top three finish. They will be boosted by the knowledge of a 4-2 win at Wargrave in November. Two goals each from Caitlin Levy and Rosie Page-Smith did the damage for the Goats on that day. Wargrave are on a run of five defeats in the league but that run came on the back of 4 straight wins in all competitions, showing that they are more than capable of hitting some form. They have also scored more times on the road than at home, something the Goats will need to be wary of.
Caversham United Women v Wargrave Women & Girls
KO 14:00. Mapledurham Playing Fields, RG4 8LD
As always, all of the teams would massively appreciate extra support. If you are in the area, why not go along and savour some top grassroots football? You won't regret it.