IT MIGHT not be the glamour game in Division Four but the fixture at Northbrook, Market Lavington, between hosts Cavalier and near neighbours Cross Keys Rowde is certain to draw some interest.

Cavalier, who have not won in four, take on a side who are unbeaten in four and have yet to lose on their travels so if everything goes to form, it should be Rowde who take the points.

It’s second vs third in Box, where promotion hopefuls Bath Road and Bremhill View Boys will go head-to-head as they look to chase down leaders Corsham Centre Youth.

It is a must-win game for both teams, who remain very much in the race for second spot.

Bath Road have the upper hand at the moment and if they can beat a Bremhill side to claim a fourth straight win, then only a huge slip up would see them blow their hopes of claiming silverware in their first season in the league.

Runaway leaders Corsham Centre Youth were given a frightful time the last time they met Melksham Forest Community Centre before they claimed a 3-2 victory over Steve Wakefield’s side.

They should have few problems in registering their 12th straight league victory when the sides clash at Meriton Avenue - Wakefield’s men have lost three on the spin and are unlikely to get any joy from their trip to the champions-elect.

White Horse (Sunday) B, fresh from their first league win of the season last Sunday, will be hoping to fire on all cylinders when they welcome Miller Sports B to Leighton Sports Centre.

Miller, who have lost just once in their last seven games, will be up for the challenge and just like the first meeting of the teams, that finished 2-2, this clash may end with the spoils being shared.