WITH the top two sides in Division Three missing out on a league fixture this Sunday, the match that gets top billing is at the other end of the table and features Wren FC and Old Road FC ,who are both fighting for survival.
Wren, who have lost six straight games, have tumbled to the foot of the table whilst their guests at Beversbrook are mid-table, but only two points ahead of their opponents.
Old Road took the spoils in the reverse fixture thanks to a 4-2 win and they will be favourites again, however Wren have every chance of getting at least a point from the match.
Christian Malford, currently in third spot, will move joint-second if they can beat Crossblades FC for a second time this term when they lock horns at Kington Langley at the weekend.
Goals from Scott Evans and Matt Thompson earned Malford a 2-0 win over their guests when they previously met and with Malford on something of a roll with just one loss in eleven, they will expect and should get all three points from the Blades.
Trowbridge Town Supporters Club, who have not kicked a ball in anger for two months, are scheduled to host FC North Wiltshire at their base in Bratton ,which like most other pitches in the area has been waterlogged since mid-December.