South West Peninsula League: Tavistock manager Ian Southcott is looking for an improved display against Elburton Villa
TAVISTOCK will look to bounce back from Tuesday's defeat at Ivybridge when they entertain third-placed Elburton Villa at Langsford Park tonight (7.30).
Tavistock will still be without Sam Chitty (knee), Ryan Moorhead (Achilles) and Aaron Northmore (concussion), but striker Ian Holmes is available to be added to the squad.
Lambs manager Ian Southcott is looking for an improved display from his side.
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He said: "Elburton are a good side and we wouldn't expect there to be much between the sides.
"But we are due a good performance at Langsford Park, which is something we haven't done for a while, and it has cost us dearly."
Villa have a full-strength squad available as they look to take their unbeaten run to four games.
Tavistock (from): A Meeds, B. Davies, J Robins, J Carey, J Ahearn, J Morris, J Wyatt, C Farnham, J Kelly, D Hallett, L Johnson, I Rooke, S Logan, I Holmes, C Evans
Elburton (from): S May, J Alexander, R Spear, L Daw, J Trott, S Stevens, M Landricombe, J Crowley, J Smith, T Barwell, L Rundle, T Roach, C Martindale, R Almond, M Finneron, L Landricombe
PLYMOUTH Parkway have the ideal opportunity to bounce back from Wednesday's very disappointing defeat at Bovey Tracey when they entertain struggling Falmouth Town (3pm).
Parkway must now concentrate on holding on to second place, if they are to successfully go through with their application to join the Western Premier, as the 3-0 defeat at Mill Marsh Park left them just four points ahead of third-placed Elburton who have a game in hand.
Falmouth have won just once in their last 14 games, a 2-1 home success over relegation favourites Penzance.
Parkway boss Wayne Hillson is looking to reinvigorate his side for the run-in to the end of the season.
He said: "It was a below par performance at Bovey, who fully deserved their victory, but the lads have some very important games coming up and, hopefully, we can get them all fit for the challenge ahead."
Paul Heveran has recovered from the illness that saw him miss the Bovey game and he returns to the squad, but Jamie Bass is still out with a foot injury.
Dan Hart retains his place in the squad along with second team striker Andy Harris.
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 Heveran, W Daw, D Hart, A Harris
LISKEARD Athletic manager Paul Blatchford is hoping to bring in two new faces to his squad as they prepare for visiting St Austell to Lux Park (3pm).
Blatchford has two, seven day notices of approaches out, at present, and is waiting for them to run out before he can speak to the players concerned.
Goalkeeper Brice Shields is back in the squad but Duncan Duthie and Dan Ahearn have moved on while skipper Lee Blatchford begins a four-match suspension.
Liskeard (from): B Shields, C Brimicombe, R Wallis, M Lyndsay, T Hall, C Canham, A Martin, P Bromhead, M Hawes, M Rourke, J Podmore, M Hatfield
SALTASH United central defender Toby Clark could be back in their squad as they prepare for the visit of Liverton United to Kimberley Stadium (3pm).
Clark has been sidelined after suffering a knee injury in the goalless draw at Falmouth on January 5, but now feels the injury has heeled enough for him to begin his comeback.
Ashes will be missing two of their squad as Oscar Bennetts is on Cornwall youth duty while Richard Maddison is unavailable.
Saltash (from): N Murphy, A Cusack, D Kanaki, S Hughes, S Clark, M Cusack, L Russell, S Jewell, D Zalick, R Saint, S Farrant, G Coulton, S Sargison, M Godfree, R Allen, T Clark
TORPOINT Athletic boss Darren Edwards will not be taking anything for granted when they entertain relegation favourites Penzance at The Mill (3pm).
He said: "We have to take the performances against the good sides into the games against teams in the lower reaches of the division."
Torpoint's one doubt is over the fitness of influential midfielder Jimmy Alexander, who is hoping to have recovered from a groin injury.
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, G Welsh, K Curtis
DIVISION ONE WEST
CALLINGTON Town have a tough task ahead of them as they travel to leaders Godolphin Atlantic (3pm).
Atlantic go into the game looking for their fifth consecutive victory but Town are capable, on their day, of beating the best in the division.
The await news on whether midfielder Kirk Smith's suspension has come through but they can include their new signing from Vospers, Matt Green.
Callington (from): J Blatchford, P McAdam, C Lock, A Pook, D Jefferis, R Lucassi, L Beer, M Thackeray, F Nevin, D Smith, K Smith, A Rudokov, A Sargent, B Langdon, M Lucas, M Green