Second-placed Hounslow are at home to Welton and have doubts about their winger Nick Gordon's fitness but are otherwise at full strength and should be assured of three points. Third-placed Havant travel to Bristol where Rob Hill will be hoping to rediscover his goalscoring form against his old club, Firebrands.
Old Loughtonians' unbeaten record and their last chance of a serious challenge for league honours could go at Teddington, where they will be seriously handicapped by the absence of Chris Gladman and Steve Ashton on a tour in India and Colin Hector, who plays for Scotland in their European Indoor qualifier in Oporto. Teddington will need to keep a tight grip on their former striker Neil Barker, the First Division's top scorer with nine to his credit.
Another unbeaten side are the much-improved Cannock, who should have little difficulty collecting the points against struggling Canterbury, yet to register a win. St Albans, desperately in need of points, have their two Bedford School Germany Under-16 internationals - Philipp Crone and Renaldo Poppel - available again for their visit to Reading. Lining up against them will be one of their colleagues from that team, Christoph Eimer.Reuse content