Three premier division sides put their unbeaten records on the line tomorrow , two of them away from home.
Shifnal Town travel to AFC Wulfrunians, another side who are looking at the top spot occupied by Walsall Wood.
Lichfield City travel to Racing Club Warwick and table toppers Wood are at home to Lye Town.
In division one, Dudley Town will be trying to consolidate their top spot when they entertain Stapenhill and Bilston Town Community - second on goal difference - travel to Wolverhampton Sporting Community in a local derby.
Full Saturday fixtures
Stone Old Alleynians v Stourport Swifts
AFC Wulfrunians v Shifnal Town
Atherstone Town v Romulus
Darlaston Town (1874) CIC v Bewdley Town
Highgate United v Wolverhampton Casuals
Racing Club Warwick v Lichfield City
Tividale v Market Drayton Town
Walsall Wood v Lye Town
Whitchurch Alport v Studley
Worcester City v Uttoxeter Town
Ingles v Nuneaton Griff
Ashby Ivanhoe v Hinckley AFC
Coventry Copsewood v Heath Hayes
Droitwich Spa v Smethwick Rangers
Dudley Town v Stapenhill
OJM Black Country v Wednesfiel
Paget Rangers v AFC Bridgnorth
Shawbury United v Coton Green
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Bilston Town Community
Bolehall Swifts v Barnt Green Spartak
Cadbury Athletic v AFC Coventry Rangers
Coventry Alvis v Redditch Borough
Earlswood Town v Alcester Town
Inkberrow v Hampton
Knowle v Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons
Sutton United v Kenilworth Sporting
Balsall/Berkswell v AFC Solihull
Birmingham Tigers v Sutton Rangers A
Continental Star v Solihull Sporting
Coventry Dunlop v Enville Athletic
Leamington Hibernian v DSC United
Wake Green Amateur v Central Ajax
Lichfield City 1 Uttoxeter Town 0 - report by Shaun Webbley
Lichfield City responded to Saturday’s disappointing 1-0 to Worcester City by picking up a single goal victory of their own this time against a defensively solid Uttoxeter Town side who were reduced to ten men.
The goal, scored by Cameron Dunn, keeps Lichfield unbeaten in the Midland Premier League.
In what was a very meagre first 45 minutes of football there were only three real moments to shout about and despite Lichfield dominating the possession, chances were few and far between for both sides.
Uttoxeter were reduced to ten men just 14 minutes into the encounter. A booming James Beeson kick landed on the feet of Ethan Muckley, the attacker using his frightening speed got ahead of Evan Richardson and was away.
Richardson pulled back the attacker as Muckley went down under the pressure and was shown a red card as he was the last man approaching the penalty box.
The resulting free-kick taken by Luke Childs was fired kindly into the arms of Jack Tolley in the Uttoxeter goal.
Lichfield struggled to really create any clear-cut chances, passes were very side to side and lacked a lot of incision which Uttoxeter were dealing with easily.
Sam Fitzgerald saw his shot saved by Tolley, Sam Birks took a 40-yard pot shot which was easily held by Beeson and both these efforts perhaps summed up both sides endeavours in the opening 45.
Lichfield did eventually break the frustrating deadlock six minutes into the second half through 18-year-old Cameron Dunn who was once again a shining light in a quiet game.
Scott Goodby from the right floated a ball in towards Luke Keen in the box, and the towering centre-forward headed it down to Dunn – the midfielder controlled and fired it into the corner of the net leaving Tolley no chance.
The game once again swayed back into a lull after the goal.
Uttoxeter started creating chances of their own, James Beeson made a smart save at his near post after a good build-up from but apart from that chances were again hard to come by.
The returning Max Dixon made an impact off the bench when his marauding run down the right and his low cross to Luke Keen led to the striker hitting the outside of the post.
The win keeps Lichfield near the summit, with five wins and one draw from six league games.
*The other league game on Wednesday saw Bilston Town Community Edge out Cradley Town 3-2 in division one.
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