GAME of the day in the Chester & District League Premier Division tomorrow comes between challengers Hoole Rangers and lead-ers Blacon Youth Club Reserves.
Blacon sit four points above third-placed Hoole, who know victory would put them in with a big chance of taking the title.
Tarporley Vics, who are second, will be hoping for a draw in the big match, and that they defeat hosts Chester Nomads 2nds.
Bottom-of-the-table Cestrian Alex look to re-cord their first win of the campaign over visitors Frodsham United, while fellow strugglers Newton Athletic Youth entertain Barrow Athletic.
Duddon United and Waggon & Horses are title dark horses and they meet tomorrow, while Team Highfield host Kydds Athletic.
In Division One tomorrow, table-topping Team Highfield 2nds can extend their advantage at the top with a success at mid-table Kelsall.
Tarvin Athletic have not given up on bagging the main honours, and they take on Bank of Scotland tomorrow.
Chester Nomads 3rds go to Bebington Athletic, Blacon Youth Club A entertain Castrol Social, while Barrow Athletic 2nds versus Crossway is the other game in the division.
All of Saturday's fixtures were postponed due to rain.
A day later, heavy snow was the reason for the postponement of the entire Chester & District Sunday League programme.
This Sunday, there's two big games in Section A. Second-placed Blacon Mail play host to lead-ers FC Boughton in a table topping clash, while there is a real six-pointer between FC Grosvenor and St Theresa's.
In Section B, Corner Pin can move closer to the top with victory over struggling Bears Paw, while in Section C, Eight Rights Rangers can move further clear at the summit with success at Royal Oak nLatest tables are on page 66.