WHITLEY Bay A have a doubt over top scorer Andy Robertson who has a foot injury for their Northumberland FA Senior Benevolent Bowl quarter-final clash with Heaton Stannington.
Dan Chambers is out after minor surgery but last season’s top scorer Gav Hattrick should be included in the squad for the first time this season.
Percy Main are looking forward to their tie against Seaton Delaval with six recent signings in the squad.
Of those eligible to play, Scott Pocklington netted a brace during the team’s last run-out at Stocksfield on January 5 and Michael Crame, who transferred from Walker Central, on as a second-half substitute, scored the Main’s fourth.
Mickey Haley, on his return to the club following a spell with Cramlington Town, looks forward to the game, while Adrian Watson and Rob Ridley, who joined from Blyth Town, will be looking to impress.
Delaval have doubts over Paul Bonnick, who has flu, but, apart from long-term injury Celso Anjos, the Red Devils expect to select from a full squad.
Grant Patterson is expected to be included having recovered from a broken ankle suffered last season.
Stocksfield host Blyth Town and Wallsend Town take on Ponteland United also looking to book a slot in the last four.
Carlisle City’s Dan Bulman is suspended for their Kicks Leisure Challenge Cup semi-final at Shankhouse, while Craig Cherry is also struggling with a calf injury.
With no injury concerns, Ashington Colliers manager David Brown is hoping to select from a full squad in a Premier Division match against Harraby United.
Leaders Amble United are without the suspended Adam Shanks, Sean Taylor and Danny Lillico as they look to bounce back against Gateshead Rutherford and Killingworth Sporting take on Hebburn Reyrolle.