As Barnsley aren’t in action this weekend due to the international break, there are plenty of alternative options should you wish to fill your live football action craving.
Those clubs are playing this weekend and would be extremely grateful for any support Reds’ fans can offer.
Playing at home on Saturday 16 November are Worsbrough Bridge, who face Ollerton Athletic. The Briggers can leapfrog their visitors with victory and potentially climb to 13th in the Northern Counties East League (NCEL) Division One.
NCEL Premier Division leaders Penistone Church are away at Barton Town, who are currently one place above the drop zone. That fixture will be played at Marsh Lane in Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire.
Church are four points clear of Staveley Miners Welfare but have also played four games more than their rivals at the top of the table.
High-flying Hemsworth Miners Welfare travel to Leeds-based Yorkshire Amateur, looking to bounce back from their 3-2 defeat against Dinnington Town in the Sheffield and Hallamshire Senior Cup third round on Monday.
The Well are currently fifth in the NCEL Premier Division and victory at Bracken Edge could potentially see them climb to third.
Elsewhere in the NCEL Premier Division, Athersley Rec will be looking to close the gap to Barton Town with three points at Knaresborough Town.
Rec are bottom of the league but face a Knaresborough side who were beaten 3-1 in their last outing by Hemsworth. This fixture will be played at Manse Lane, Harrogate.
Meanwhile, Frickley Athletic travel to Sutton Coldfield in the Northern Premier Division South East League.
Their hosts are bottom of the table with seven points from eight games, while the Blues currently sit in 13th place.
Also in action are Nostell Miners Welfare, who are away at Glasshoughton Welfare at Leeds Road in Castleford.
Nostell can move into the play-off places with victory on Saturday, but face a stern test against eighth place Glasshoughton in the NCEL Division One.