1874 Northwich will be seeking to arrest a five-match losing streak when they visit Northern Premier League West bottom side Hednesford Town on Saturday.

Greens, who will have new boss Damian Crossley in charge for the first time, last won 1-0 at home to Widnes on October 21 under co-managers Wayne Goodison and Paul Bowyer, who stepped down on November 8.

Hednesford have won two of their last three matches, but are yet to taste victory at home this season.

Witton Albion return to league action on Saturday after their Cheshire Senior Cup second-round 2-1 win at Nantwich Town in midweek.

Jon Macken’s side, who host Hanley Town in NPL West at the U Lock It Stadium, kick-off 1pm, have lost four of their last five league games and are seeking to tighten up their defence after conceding 11 goals in three successive league defeats.

The meeting pitches sides with contrasting records, with Witton having not won at home since beating Widnes 2-1 on September 30 while the visiting Stoke side have only lost one of their last six away trips.

Witton are currently 16th on the ladder, two points and two places behind Hanley.

Albion will be in action again on Tuesday when they entertain City of Liverpool in the league.

Meanwhile, Northwich Victoria will travel to a Studley side whose form has stuttered of late.

Vics, 12th in the Midland League Premier Division, will aim for their first league away win of the season against their fourth-placed hosts, who are without a scalp in their last six games.

The only win on Vics’ travels this season so far came at Goole in the FA Vase on September 23.

In North West Counties League Division One South, Winsford head to Maine Road on Saturday while Barnton welcome Stafford to Townfield on Saturday and then host Crewe Alexandra on Tuesday in the second round of the Cheshire Senior Cup.

The Villagers' home clash with Ashville on Wednesday was postponed due to a frozen pitch.

Winsford Town host Hartford in Cheshire Football League One at Winsford Academy on Saturday, while Middlewich Town Reserves entertain Lostock Gralam in the Mid Cheshire FA Cup group stage - both games kicking off at 2pm.

Saturday fixtures are scheduled for 3pm unless stated, with evening matches set for 7.45pm.