BURNHAM United hope to play a league match for the first time since January on Saturday as they welcome high-flying Mendip Broadwalk to Cassis Close (2.30pm).

United’s scheduled six-pointer against fellow strugglers Hengrove Athletic Reserves was called off last weekend.

They are now preparing for a tough test against a side who moved level on points with Somerset County League Division 1 leaders Bridgwater Town Reserves as a result of last weekend’s 4-1 win at home to Saltford.

This is the first meeting of the two sides this season, with Burnham looking to spring a surprise and pull clear from the sides below them.

United are just a point clear of Hengrove Athletic Reserves and Wells City Reserves - the former have two games in hand, while Wells have played two matches more than Burnham.

Burnham United Reserves have also had a frustrating three-week break but are set to return to Division 3 action with a trip to Draycott on Saturday (2.30pm).

United’s second string are 10th in the table with 23 points from 18 matches, while Saturday’s opponents are going well in second and won 12-2 last weend - albeit at home to basement side Cutters Friday.

HUNTSPILL Crowns kept in touch with Weston-super-Mare & District League Division 4 leaders Weston Town after a 4-1 win at Wrington Redhill A last Saturday.

Ryan Elliot, Anthony Oliva, Brynn Pearce and Liam Whitbread found the net for Crowns, with James Marshall replying for the hosts.

Huntspill’s 13th win in 16 league matches this season keeps them three points adrift of the leaders, though Crowns have played a game more.

The two sides face each other in a Vardon Cup semi-final at Worle School on Saturday (2.15pm).

Burnham United A were also 4-1 winners on Saturday, getting the better of fourth-placed Selkirk United in Division 3.

United’s goals were scored by James Chinnock, Dax Vincent, Harrison Givens and Jaymie Whitehouse.

The win lifted United A to eighth and they will hope to continue on from where they left off this weekend when they travel to AFC Nailsea.

Burnham United B remain in the midst of a long spell without a game in Division 4 - having last played on January 26, they do not return to action until a trip to Worle Rangers Reserves on March 2.

In Division 1, Wedmore are without a match this weekend.