The Friday night game sees Mossley host Annadale at The Glade, both teams are without a win after opening day defeats to Instonians and Banbridge respectively.
Annadale were quick to bounce back from the Banbridge defeat with a 5-3 win over newly promoted Raphoe the next day in the Kirk Cup and will want to build on that performance.
Mossley also notched up a win during the week, beating Kilkeel away 4-3 in a thrilling Kirk Cup fixture. Both sides will be hoping to transfer their cup success into points on the league table.
Bottom of the table Civil Service host Kilkeel at Stormont.
After last week’s surprisingly easy 5-0 victory over Civil Service, Belfast Harlequins face the tougher task of Instonians at Deramore.
This is the sort of game that Instonians need to win, if they have any chanceof ensuring an Irish Hockey League spot. They will expect another commanding performance.
Raphoe will take confidence from their first game, drawing 1-1 with quality Premier League opposition like Kilkeel. The Mourne men face a visit from Cookstown.Cookstown were outplayed last week by title challengers Lisnagarvey but will want to get their league season off and running with a win on the road.
The late passback on Saturday sees an early season showdown, as the two main title contenders Banbridge and Lisnagarvey go head to head at Havelock Park.
In Senior 1, league leaders South Antrim are away to Campbellians.
PSNI face a trip to Portadown,North Down play Queens and Bangor face Cliftonville and Newry play relegated Antrim in what should be a tight match.