IT'S a battle of the top two tomorrow (Sat) when Enfield take on Rishton at Dill Hall Lane.
Enfield are unbeaten in the league this season and are out to continue it against their derby rivals.
They did have a lucky escape at the weekend as the rain stopped their league game against East Lancs after the Blackburn side had amassed 247-7.
"We did get off a bit lightly last week but saying that we dropped their pro Mark Orchard on 35 and that seemed to spur him on as he went on from there and smashed it all over to get 111," said captain David Bracewell. "But we felt we were robbed at Lowerhouse the other week so it has evened itself out.
"It is still early days in the league but we are looking forward to the game against Rishton. They have started off well like us and we will have to treat them with caution but we will just take it as another game.
"It would have had added spice if Mas Ahmed had been playing against his son, Moshin, but Mas can't play tomorrow. Otherwise we have a full strength squad."
And then it is the Worsley Cup on Sunday and Enfield are looking to emulate the run of two seasons ago which took them to the semi-finals.
"We have another local derby against Church so it is a big weekend for us.
"Both our games are at home and we seem to be jinxed at home at the moment as we haven't finished a league game. We are all just hoping the weather holds out and we have a good weekend."
Elsewhere in the cup, Rishton take on Haslingden while Accrington are at home to bottom club Burnley.