Allen joins up to Mount's title bid
LEE HOBBS' Mount Gould Athletic side continue their assault on the Division One title at Plymouth Marjon.
Recent victories over challengers Manadon and Vospers Oak Villa have strengthened their position at the top of the table.
The game is one of the few to survive the poor weather conditions in the city and surrounding areas.
Heavy rain has resulted in all Plymouth City Council and Brickfields pitches being declared out of bounds this weekend.
It has caused almost half of the P&WD League's 26 scheduled fixtures to be postponed.
Mount's squad is bolstered by the arrival of Billy Allen from Torpoint.
Striker Jack Ball returns, while Lee Coxon is available after a four week lay-off due to broken ribs.
Meanwhile assistant manager Bradley Yeo could retain his place after filling in impressively.
Mount (from): M Roberts, D Turner, J Scott, P Jago, G Woodward, S White, J Cordon, T Roach, W Gamble, G Ashton, J Donnellon, D Knight, M Conday, J Ball, B Yeo, L Coxon, B Allen
VOSPERS OAK VILLA hope to get back to winning ways when they take on an inconsistent Efford United Bluebird outfit.
They welcome back Austen Beeney and Joe Barewell, but are without the unavailable Matt Thompson.
The narrow defeat to Mount Gould has dented their title hopes, but Villa still have games in hand on all the teams above them.
Vospers (from): M McDonough, J Fuller, A Clark, R Conn, L Sheldon, J Barwell, D Wheeler, D Macmillan, S Blatchford, A Beeney, L Russell, M Mitchell, A Worth, R Eddie, J Jackson, B Oliver
THE main focus this weekend is on the battle to avoid relegation, with the bottom four all in action as the title contenders take a break from league action.
Bottom of the table Yelverton host University B but look doomed already, having lost all seven league games, conceding 52 goals in the process.
NEW signing Regge Jo is likely to make his debut as struggling Shakespeare Reserves visit Staddiscombe Colts.
Manager Nick Ward is excited by the addition and for the first time this season has the luxury of a full squad to choose from.
However, his side are in desperate need of a win to lift them out of the drop zone, and have to improve at the back, where, bizarrely, only leaders Plymouth Falcons have conceded more goals.
Shakespeare Reserves (from): K Hill, N Ward, B Arendle, R Crawford, N Luscume, J Avazian, J Pool, A Ward(c), L Underwood, T Watt, S Brookes, R Cook, A Hill, G Hogan, R Jo, B Kingsman
PRINCETOWN could record an unprecedented second successive win as they play lowly Yelverton Villa.
GRADDON VENDING DEVON PREMIER CUP ROUND TWO
SHAKESPEARE must improve on last weekend's surprise 3-2 defeat to Millbrook Reserves if they are to trouble Budleigh Salterton.
FIREWATCH DEVON SENIOR CUP ROUND THREE
COMBE MARTIN will be looking to take another scalp from Division Two, as they clash with high-flying Windmill.
They defeated Windmill's leagues rivals Roborough Reserves in the last round, but are without home advantage this time around.