This Saturday is Non League Day in the football calendar.

As the international break gives Premier League, EFL Championship and a number of League 1 and 2 clubs a rest, non league teams can take centre stage.

And there are many Merseyside teams playing at home for fans to experience. Here’s our guide to what’s on:

Prescot cables vs Kidsgrove Athletic, Valerie park, (Northern West Premier Division One)

Prescot Cables host Kidsgrove Athletic at the Valerie Park this weekend the Prescot Cables are struggling to find form, with just one win in the last five games.

Prescot cables currently sit 12th in the Northern West Premier Division One. With six games left of the season there is not much to play for as they are more or less safe from getting relegated.

Prescot Cables are also eight points of play-off places. Due to their recent results a late charge seems unlikely.

Bootle vs Colne, The Delta Taxis Stadium, (North West Premier Football League Division)

Bootle host Colne in the North West Premier Football League. Bootle are finding it difficult to win as of late.

They currently sit 14th and are eight points above the relegation zone.

A win for Colne could see them move away from the relegation zone and five points behind Bootle.

Both teams struggling for form it is safe to say it’s time to write this season of and start to plan for next season.

FC ST Helens vs Holker Old Boys, Windleshaw sport, (North West Countries Football League Division 1)

It’s fifth against sixth in the North West Countries football league.

A win for Holker Old Boys could see them move within a point behind St Helens with two games in hand.

A win for St Helens would see home move seven points ahead of Holker Old Boys, which puts the chances of promotion in their hands.

However St Helens’ recent run of form is not great. One win in their last five could see them just miss out of the play-off place.

The same applies to Holker Old Boys. Just like St Helens, they also only won one in their last five. But have failed to win in four consecutive games in a row.

This fixture is a great chance for both sides to pick up form and really push to secured a playoff place.

AFC Liverpool vs Burscough, Marine travel arena, (North West Countries Football League)

AFC Liverpool welcome Burscough at the Marine travel arena.

AFC Liverpool are currently 7th in the league. The Merseyside team has not been in great form as of late, only 16th in the form table.

Whereas Burscough are having a terrible season. One win in their last five, Burscough are 10 points adrift of safety and staring down relegation.

AFC Liverpool could put the nail in the coffin for Burscough this Saturday.

Merseyside teams playing away

There are other Merseyside teams in action this weekend, but are playing away such as AFC Marine are away to Whitby Town and Southport are away to Scarborough Athletic.

Both teams hope to finish this weekend with a win after failing to do so last weekend.

As the season is coming to an end for the non-league sidewall teams hope complete this season on a high.