CSWPL Premier Division: Plymouth Parkway's championship hopes on the line against leaders Bodmin
PLYMOUTH Parkway's hopes of catching leaders Bodmin Town will depend on them beating the champions in the Premier Division's match of the day at Bolitho Park (3pm).
It is a task Parkway boss Wayne Hillson is more than aware of.
He said: "We will give Bodmin the respect they deserve, but we will be going all out to get the result which will keep the title chase alive."
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Sam Hillson, the manager's son, has turned down an approach by Torpoint and celebrated by scoring his side's first goal in Wednesday's 2-1 St Luke's Cup victory at Tavistock.
Central defender John Heveran made a late second half appearance in that game and is hopeful his knee will not suffer any reaction.
Hillson senior awaits news on winger Dan Griffiths' groin injury that has kept him on the sidelines for the past month.
Parkway (from): B Elphick, M Bonney, L Bevan, R Richards, P Heveran, S Hillson, S Cooper, D Griffiths, W Stringer, C Clarke, L Bailey, J Bass, L Coombes, J Heveran, W Daw
LISKEARD Athletic need to pick themselves up from last weekend's Cornwall Senior Cup defeat against Helston, when they entertain Newquay at Lux Park (3pm).
Blues boss Paul Blatchford will be looking for a response from his side, not only for the Helston defeat, but also for the 6-0 defeat his side suffered at Mount Wise three weeks ago.
Midfielder Lee Blatchford is unavailable, but the Blues boss is hoping to add a new signing to the squad in time for the game.
Liskeard (from): B Shields, C Brimicombe, R Almond, L Johnson, D Duthie, R Wallis, D Ahearn, M Lyndsay, T Hall, C Canham, A Martin, P Bromhead, M Hawes, S Conium, M Rourke, ANOther
TORPOINT Athletic will give a debut to former Saltash United defender Dave Smith when they entertain the Ashes at The Mill (3pm).
Smith was signed from the Kimberley Stadium club this week and goes into a squad that awaits the results of a late fitness test on the back of another former Ashes defender, Matt Budd.
Saltash will be without goalkeeper Nathan Murphy for this south east Cornwall derby as the custodian is unavailable.
But the dependable Lee Carew joins a squad including Steve Sargison, but Toby Clark and Matt Godfree are both missing.
Torpoint (from): D Batten/S Borthwick, S White, G Williams, D Smith, D Hicks, P Baker, B Stacey, L Avis-Riordan, J Fenwick, J Alexander, L Kershaw, T Payne, D Lorimer, M Budd, K Curtis
Saltash (from): L Carew, A Cusack, D Kanaki, S Hughes, S Clark, M Cusack, L Russell, S Jewell, O Bennetts, D Zalick, R Saint, S Farrant, R Maddison, G Coulton, S Sargison
ELBURTON Villa managers Simon Westlake and Mark Bowden will be looking for a positive response from their squad when they travel to Camelford (3pm).
Villa suffered an astonishing 7-2 home defeat by St Austell last weekend but Westlake is aware the Camels are a useful outfit.
He said: "They are a good side and will present us with a real challenge, which is good as the lads let themselves down last weekend."
Top scorer Levi Landricombe is still unavailable while youngsters Charlie Penwill and Mike Smith are both with the Devon youth squad, but striker Lee Salmon returns to the squad that travels to Trefrew Park.
Elburton (from): S May, J Alexander, R Spear, L Daw, J Trott, S Stevens, M Landricombe, J Crowley, S Khakbazan, J Smith, T Barwell, L Rundle, T Roach, L Salmon
IVYBRIDGE Town strikers Mark Berry and Jamie Middleton are unavailable for their trip to St Blazey (3pm).
The Bridgers might have two of their forwards missing but Mike Scott and Shae Saunders are free of work commitments and take their places in the squad that travels to Blaise Park.
Ivybridge (from): J Oak, M Summers, B Smallridge, A Parker, S Sutton, J Walton, M Berry, J Truelove, J Middleton, T Hanrahan, J Zimmerman, A Widdicombe, M Cheetham, M Scott, J Pearce, S Morgan
TAVISTOCK will be without four players for their trip to in-form St Austell (3pm).
Ian Rooke, Johnny Morris, Joe Carey and Ian Holmes are all unavailable.
Promising 17-year-olds Aaron Northmore, Ryan Moorhead, Lyle Johnson and Nathan Ewing are all included in the squad that travels to Poltair Park.
"It will be a tough game at St Austell and we will be missing a bit of experience, but we have a decent reserve side to call upon and what a great opportunity for the youngsters coming in," said Lambs boss Ian Southcott.
Tavistock (from): A Meeds, B Davies, J Robins, A Northmore, J Ahearn, S Chitty, J Wyatt, C Farnham, J Kelly, D Hallett, L Johnson, P Quinn, R Moorhead, S Logan, N Ewing