The Red and Greens approach the season run-in still with an outside chance of a top-two finish in Midlands Two East (North).
With four games of the season left - depending on the evolving legislation around the coronavirus outbreak – and sit seven points behind second-placed Matlock and a slightly-too-distant 11 points adrift of leaders Dronfield.
The next two games look highly winnable with a trip to Derbyshire on Saturday to take on third-bottom Ashbourne, followed by a home tussle with bottom side Ashfield the weekend after at Willingham Road.
But although their own title hopes look remote, Market Rasen and Louth could still have a big say on the destiny of the champions crown.
The schedule ramps up in difficulty with an away match at third-placed Coalville on Saturday, April 4, before the Red and Greens wrap up their campaign with a home match against current leaders Dronfield a fortnight later.
All remaining matches kick off at 3pm.
Their form in 2020 has been good on the whole, with five wins out of seven, as well as a narrow defeat at title-challenging Matlock - a result which could easily have turned in their favour.