The Cherries are set to face Hull City at the Vitality Stadium.
Hull City are fresh off a 2-0 win over high-flying Blackburn on Wednesday night.
Boss Scott Parker is hoping to bounce back from defeat against Luton town last weekend.
The Dolphins face an away test at Hendon in the Southern League Premier South.
Poole will be hoping to continue their good league form which has seen them win three out of their last three games.
Hendon on the other hand, have suffered three league defeats on the bounce, leaving a 12 point gap between the two sides.
Wimborne have endured a tough season so far, picking up only 11 points all season.
They sit 14 points off the drop, but hold up to five games in hand over some teams around them.
This weekends home fixture could be a chance to change their fortunes, but visitors Tiverton are five places above them.
The Magpies will be hoping to forget the midweek cup loss against Hamworthy – a team placed two divisions below them.
The Hammers of Poole sit four points off top with 3 games in hand, and face top of the league Horndean in a huge clash this weekend.
Hamworthy have three games in hand over this weekends opponents and are coming off the back of a huge win in the Dorset Senior Cup in midweek.
Assistant manager, Chris Senior, was excited for the upcoming fixture at the weekend calling it “arguably our (Hamworthy) biggest game of the season.
“We know they are an extremely good side, they play good football.
“They are fit and they will provide attacking threats all over the pitch that will test our defensive unit.”
Christchurch are not in action this weekend.
Bournemouth “Poppies” FC
The poppies face a tough test against Cowes sports this weekend.
They currently sit only two places above bottom of the league, however they are separated by 10 points and have played the same amount of games.
They will be hoping that a result this weekend can spark a turn of form for the back end of the season.