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Can Woodbridge continue momentum and climb back up the table?

Woodbridge are currently in fifth spot and they entertain Walsham. The Peckers also progressed to the next round of the League Cup on Wednesday night on penalties after their game at Long Melford finished 2-2 in normal time.

Ipswich Wanderers can reduce Thetford's lead at the top of the Premier Division to 10 points if they are able to beat Sheringham at Humber Doucy Lane on Saturday. Thetford are without a game. Wanderers had a fine mid-week 6-0 win over Hadleigh in the League Cup with Lewis Kincaid, Joel Glover and Teon Leggett all scoring twice.

Hadleigh will be looking to bounce back as they welcome Harleston. A win for Steve Holder's men would see them leapfrog their South Norfolk visitors and go third.

Mildenhall went out of the cup on Tuesday with a 1-0 defeat at Lakenheath. Phil Weavers' side make the short trip to Ely on Saturday while 'Heath should pick up three points in their home game against Whitton.

The only side below Whitton in the table are Haverhill Rovers and they go to mid-table Mulbarton while Long Melford make the trip to the North of the county to take on Kirkley and Pakefield.

Brantham will be looking to build on drawing their last two league games as they go to in-form Newmarket. The Jockeys had a 4-2 mid-week League Cup win over Soham Town Rangers. Soham themselves take on Norwich United.

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