Top two meet in premier league
A second attempt will be made to get the GH Corlett Woods Cup competition up and running after all five games were postponed last Saturday.
Tie of the round sees Colby, who are now second in the Division Two table, travel to in-form St John's who have climbed to third.
Union Mills will start as favourites at Governor's Athletic.
Braddan are without a win for three games and visit Gymns, Onchan play Michael and Ramsey Youth Centre are at home to Douglas & District.
The top two in the Canada Life Premier League meet at The Bowl when champions St Mary's host Rushen.
The home side are nine points ahead of their rivals but Rushen do have a game in hand.
Elsewhere, Peel travel from west to east to play Laxey, Corinthians play Marown at Ballafletcher, St Georges tackle Douglas Royal and Ramsey make the trip to bottom side Pulrose.