KENT INVICTA LEAGUE
Bearsted v Glebe
Crockenhill v Lydd Town
Gravesham Borough v Bridon Ropes
Hollands & Blair v Sutton Athletic
Kent Football United v Orpington
Meridian VP v Seven Acre & Sidcup
Rusthall v Lewisham Borough
Sheppey United v Eltham Palace
Gary Lisney's Bridon Ropes finally got their first win of the new campaign last weekend and will be looking to go on an unbeaten run but may face a difficult game as they travel to Gravesham Borough who themselves have been moving up the table in recent weeks.
Following a managerial change at Lewisham Borough, Ben Kotey, who has taken over from Kevin Harris, will take charge of his team for the first time as they play Rusthall at Jockey Farm.
Another side to be on an upward trend are Byron Beard's Orpington, currently tenth, and they go to play bottom side Kent Football United at Glentworth Sports Ground.
Leaders Hollands & Blair return to Star Meadow after successive away games during which time they lost their 100% record. They entertain fourth-placed Sutton Athletic while second-placed Lydd Town, the team to beat Paul Piggott's side, are on the road with a trip to Crockenhill at Wested Meadow.
Third place Sheppey United will be looking to keep the pressure up on the top two as they host Eltham Palace at Holm Park but Charlie McCarthy's Palace will be trying to get back to winning ways having suffered their first defeat last Saturday.
Simon Copley's Glebe were also beaten last weekend and they face a difficult trip to an in-form Bearsted at Otham Sports Ground. Finally this week Richard Dimmock's Meridian VP are at home to Seven Acre & Sidcup at Charlton Park Lane.
Hat Trick Heroes 2014-15
James McDonald (Blair) @ Orpington
Baff Addae (Sheppey) v Rusthall
Larnre Adebayo (L Boro) @ KFU
James McDonald (Blair) @ Crockenhill
Baff Addae (Sheppey) @ SA&S