QUEENSBURY have a big game in the Yorkshire Men's League Premier Division at North Hull Knights.
Both sides are without a win in their opening two fixtures, and victory for Bury would lift them off the foot of the table.
Odsal Sedbergh have a similar opportunity in Division One, where a win at Skirlaugh Bulls would see them open their account and move them up the table.
A cracking match looks on the cards in Division Two when Wibsey Warriors welcome Hunslet Club Parkside.
Wibsey are unbeaten from two starts, and with Hunslet also unbeaten a hard-fought contest looks on the cards between the top two.
At the other end of the table, Victoria Rangers welcome Bramley Buffaloes to the Oval, with both outfits still seeking their first points.
In the Kingstone Press National Conference League, Dudley Hill should have too much firepower for Wigan St Judes in their Division Two clash.
St Judes have found consistency a problem so far this season, while Hill, under coach Jason Lee, have made a solid start and sit just one point off top spot.
In Division Three, West Bowling also face inconsistent opposition when they travel to Woolston Rovers.
The Warrington-based outfit have managed two wins and three defeats from their opening fixtures and Bowling, having lost just once in six outings, should prove too strong for them.
The Pennine League finals take place on Saturday at Odsal's Provident Stadium, home of the Bradford Bulls.
Proceedings kick off at 11am with the Pennine Supplementary Cup, when Allerton Bywater take on Eastmoor Dragons.
The second match gets underway at 1.15pm, with Brighouse Rangers facing Ovenden in the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy.
The day finishes off with a 3.30pm kick-off as Fryston Warriors line up against Lindley Swifts in the Pennine President's Cup.