Key quartet miss trip to Millbrook
VOSPERS Oak Villa could be without four of their squad for the trip to struggling Millbrook.
Team captain Jay Proctor and James Jackson are both unavailable, while Rob Eddie is a doubt and Lloyd Russell is hampered by an ankle injury.
However, influential midfielder Martin Mitchell will return along with Craig Brenton. The experienced Stuart Berry is also available for selection.
In normal circumstances Villa would have been favourites against Millbrook, who have just two league wins to their name, but their list of absentees makes it a potentially tougher test.
Vospers (from): G Richards, J Fuller, A Worth, R Conn, S Berry, L Sheldon, M Mitchell, J Barewell, R Eddie, D Macmillan, M Thompson, S Blatchford, A Beeney, A Symmons, C Brenton
THE division's top two Hideaway Café and Windmill go head-to-head weather-permitting at Jennycliff in what is expected to be a tense encounter.
Neither side have tasted defeat so far this season, but with Steam Packet and University B hot on their heels, they know a draw may not be good enough for their title hopes.
THE blanket postponement of games on council pitches has put paid to the top three's hopes of strengthening their promotion credentials.
The two meanest defences in Division Three – Plymouth Hope (third) and Tavistock Hire Centre (first) – had been set to come face to face at Tothill before the game was called off.
Although Tavistock lead Hope by three points, the third placed side have two games in hand on the leaders.
Plymouth Falcons, in second place, cannot exploit their rivals' inaction as their game at home to Morley Rangers B at Chaucer Way has also been postponed.
LEADERS Plymouth Spurs, fresh from their 5-0 win last weekend against Harveys Garage Services, host Woodford tomorrow on the 3G pitch at Tor Bridge High.
Spurs are two points clear of second placed Chaddlewood Miners B. They will look to extend their lead after Miners' game against Harveys was one of the many casualties of the mass postponement of games this weekend.
Level on points in third and fourth places are promotion rivals Novahomes and Princetown, who are scheduled to battle it out at Mary Tavy.