Free-scoring Peterborough Sports Reserves have set up a mouth-watering Premier Division clash at unbeaten leaders Moulton Harrox on Saturday.
The city side have cracked 28 goals without reply in their last three matches.
Reigning champions Harrox stuttered last weekend before scrambling to a 2-1 home win over Deeping Rangers Reserves.
Marcus Parry and Joe Townsend scored after Paul Kirk had fired Deeping in front.
Holbeach United Reserves avenged the President’s Shield defeat a week earlier by pipping Wisbech Town Reserves 2-1 at Carter’s Park.
Steven Barnes and Tom Gosling were the men on target for the Tigers.
Pinchbeck United’s steady start to the season continued with a 3-1 win at ICA Sports. Ollie Maltby (2) and Liam Ogden were on target but Ben Harris was dismissed.
Crowland Town don’t win back-to-back league games very often but they followed a 5-2 victory over Sawtry with a 2-1 success at Langtoft United.
Scott Spearink struck for the Vikings but the points were earned by Pawel Podlinski and Simkus Virginijus.
Meanwhile, Stamford Lions have admitted a charge of fielding a player under a false name in a recent defeat at home to Harrox.
They will be punished at a disciplinary hearing.
Moulton Harrox Reserves reached the top of Division One with an 8-1 win at Baston.
Declan Earth scored a hat-trick, John Ball and Daniel Lambe-Hyner hit doubles and substitute Lee Hudson also found the net.
Parkway Eagles stayed top of Division Two despite dropping points for the first time this season in a 3-3 home draw with Spalding Town who had Tomas Ragelis (2) and Matthew Cannon on target.