DODWORTH MW and Wombwell Main are involved in the County Senior League Premier Division title race which looks set to be decided on the final day next week.
Dodworth are two points clear at the top with one game to play on Wednesday at third-placed Swinton Athletic who have a game in hand.
Swinton visit Wombwell Town on Friday night and, if they win, they will make the midweek match a title decider with either side taking first place with a win.
But a draw may give the title to Wombwell Main who are second, two points off top with one game left at home to bottom side Ecclesfield Red Rose on Wednesday.
Main suffered a shock 1-0 loss at lowly South Kirkby on Saturday. But the hosts were found to have played an ineligible player and, after being offered the walkover win, Main chose to replay the game on Wednesday and won 1-0. Jamie Knox scored.
Dodworth won 3-0 at home to Houghton Main on Saturday then 2-0 at Sheffield Town on Wednesday.
Wombwell Town drew 0-0 at Swinton on Saturday. Town then lost 2-0 at home to Hepworth United in the League Cup on Tuesday.
North Gawber won 2-1 at Houghton on Wednesday.
Penistone Church reserves won 1-0 at home to Handsworth reserves in the League Cup semi-final on Wednesday.
Silkstone United drew 2-2 at home to Jubilee Sports in Division One on Tuesday. Brad Oates and Harry Ogden netted. Athersley Rec reserves won 5-0 at home to Sheffield Union.
Wednesday fixtures: Swinton v Dodworth; Wombwell Main v Ecclesfield Red Rose; Sheffield Town v North Gawber; Wombwell Main R v Silkstone United.