Monk return to the fold with a trip into the Cotswolds as they face third-placed Gorsehill Borough who play in the lovely town of Lechlade. This is a rearranged game after the original match in October was postponed. Borough have not played a league game since a 9-1 demolition of Rudi's on November 14th. The Division 2 table is still quite tight. However, AFC Stratton have now established a 3 point gap over Casuals at the top, so both sides will be looking for three points to stay in contention. Borough have only played two home league games so far, winning one and losing one. Monk, on the other hand, are taking an unbeaten away record with them.
Gorsehill Borough v Jovial Monk
KO 10:30.Lechlade Memorial Hall & Pavilion, GL7 3AY
The Goats face a very difficult looking away game at second placed Westwood Wanderers, who have only dropped five points in their ten games so far. The task is made even more ominous because it is only two weeks since Wanderers won 8-1 at Mapeldurham in the reverse fixture. Caversham are looking to put an end to a winless run that stretches back to a 4-3 win at Loxwood in October. Westwood are, unfortunately for Caversham, on a very decent run having won their last four games with an aggregate of 26-3. Still, every good run has to come to an end sometime.
Westwood Wanderers v Caversham United
KO 10:30. Linear Park, RG31 7AW
Caversham United Women
After seeing their daunting trip to league-leaders Badshot Lea postponed, the Goat Women instead welcome second-placed Tilehurst Panthers who have lost just twice this season in eight games. Their last defeat came against the league leaders (3-0) since when they have won three on the bounce, two in the league and a cup win at Charlbury. United bring a good run of form into the game, winning their last three in all competitions. They also have the knowledge of a early season defeat of Tilehurst on their own patch, Rosie Page-Smith, Holly Swan and Freya Jenkins scoring in a 3-2 win.
KO 14:00. Mapeldurham Playing Fields, RG4 7ER.
This weekend we also give a special shout out to The Glassgirls, Stourbridge FC Ladies. They take on Sheffield united Women in the FA Cup on Sunday. The match with be played at the home of Stourbridge FC (War Memorial Ground, Stourbridge, DY8 4HN). ko 1pm.