Champions Wolverhampton are introducing fresh young blood into their squad for today's fourth round tie in the Premier Squash League in a bid to gain their first win of the new season.
England Under-19 international Fiona Moverley, 18, makes her debut in the away fixture against Nottingham, where she is expected to face Alex Norman. Scotland's Kristen Johnson also returns to Wolverhampton after representing Strings Tewkesbury last season. The 20-year-old is due to play Nottingham-based Irishman Arthur Gaskin.
Australia's British Open champion Anthony Ricketts will lead the Wolverhampton squad for the third time this season and will be hoping to put aside last week's loss to Lee Beachill, of Manchester/Pontefract, when he takes on Nottingham's Simon Parke.
With the North Group leaders Churchill Edgbaston Priory not playing this week, former champions Manchester/Pontefract will be hoping to overtake the Birmingham team when they face Benz-Bavarian Duffield away from home.
Beachill will again lead the trans-Pennine co-operative, facing the Derbyshire hosts' French top string Renan Lavigne. India's former British Junior Open champion Saurav Ghosal, now a Leeds University student who trains at Pontefract, will be making his debut for the visitors, taking on Duffield's Lee Drew.
University Sport Birmingham take on Team Chichester in the South Group.
The student side will be without the injured Joey Barrington so Gloucestershire's Jon Harford will lead the visitors. He takes on Chichester No 1 Ben Garner, fresh from his semi-final appearance in last weekend's Athens Open in Greece.
North Group - Nottingham v WOLVERHAMPTON: Simon Parke v Anthony Ricketts, Tommy Berden v Alex Gough, James Wright v Chris Ryder, Arthur Gaskin v Kristen Johnson, Alex Norman v Fiona Moverley.
South Group - Team Chichester v UNIVERSITY SPORT BIRMINGHAM: Ben Garner v Jon Harford, Peter Genever v Joel Hinds, Tim Vail v Steve Coppinger, Tom Richards v Jaymie Haycocks, Louise Clark v Leonie Holt.