Admission: Adults £8, concessions £5, under-16s free.
Something tells me this is going to be a tough one. Westfield are the only team in the division still unbeaten at home and they have kept seven clean sheets, a total second only to Hanwell's eight. There again we are the division's highest scorers and have only once failed to score.
Westfield's home record so far shows that if you do fail to score against them you will lose, if you score then the game is drawn. Will that guide stand after Saturday's meeting?
Last week both sides won 2-0 with Westfield's victory coming at South Park. It was their fifth win on the trot following four consecutive draws all finishing 2-2. As a result of that run Westfield lie third in the table three points behind us but with two games in hand. A home win would take them above us on goal difference.
The only previous meetings between these clubs came last season when we lost the away game 3-2 on the second Saturday of the season. Frustratingly we had taken an early 2-0 lead with goals from Leigh Rose and Albert Adu. The return fixture ended in a goal apiece, Brandon Adams scoring ours from a penalty.
Talking of Albert, if he gets on the field of play this Saturday it will be his 100th game for the first team. That would make five appearance centurions currently at the club with a sixth soon to join them. All have figured in first team squads this year. Can you name them?