TITLE-chasing Liskeard Athletic will hope to take to the field for the first time since January when they visit bottom side St Dennis tomorrow (3pm) in SWPL Premier West.

In a huge game at both ends of the table, both teams will be desperate for points. With neither having played for five weeks come kick-off, it gives the home side, who are starting to show signs they may survive, a much better chance.

Liskeard will hope for a shock favour from second bottom Sticker when they visit leaders St Austell this evening (7.30pm), but know that although they are in pole position with a game in-hand to pull back the two-point deficit, any slip-up could prove costly in the run-in.

Two of the other three Cornish Times area clubs in the division meet tomorrow at Priory Park as Dobwalls make the short trip down the A38 to Bodmin Town.

While the visitors are outsiders for a top three finish, they look a good bet to be in and around the top six, another fine season for the Dingos who continually punch above their weight.

The same can’t be said for Bodmin, but the Ambers came into form after Christmas and have opened up a six-point gap on second bottom Sticker, and crucially have three game in-hand.

Dobwalls will hope for favours from Mullion and Penzance.

Mullion are the visitors to Wadebridge Town, while Penzance welcome Wendron United. Third-placed Newquay have the weekend off.

Callington Town are another club not to have played since January, and Cally will be put to the test this evening when Camelford head to Ginsters Marshfield Parc (7.30pm).

The Camels were involved in one of the two games to get played on Saturday as they won 3-2 at Mullion, and Reg Hambly’s side will want to continue that momentum leading into Wednesday’s SWP L League Cup quarter-final at home to St Austell (7.30pm).

Both teams have goals in them, but Camelford’s recent activity may give them the edge.

Elsewhere in the division, there is a derby of sorts in West Devon as Holsworthy welcome Launceston.

Holsworthy have played just four times since November 4 – all of which have ended in defeat, while the Clarets haven’t visited the Magpies’ ground for well over a decade, but do arrive having won six of their last seven games.

Holsworthy still have 13 games to go, all of which have to be played by the end of April as per FA rules, so face a gruelling end to the season.

Neil Price’s Launceston aren’t going to be quiet themselves with another 11 to get through.

Bude Town got a much-needed victory at struggling Sticker on Saturday and the Seasiders will back themselves for another when they visit Truro City Reserves.

Ben Potter’s men put in a good solid performance at Burngullow Park and face a City side who weren’t in the best of form before the recent deluges.