Farsley Celtic boss Adam Lakeland is looking for a quick response from his team at Natwich Town tomorrow after their four-game winning run ended in Saturday’s 4-1 loss to mid-table Stourbridge.
The Celts still occupy the final Evo-Stik Premier play-off spot but remain under pressure with nine games to go, sitting just three points ahead of Shaw Lane who have three games in hand.
Elsewhere, Tadcaster Albion face yet another difficult outing against fourth-placed Bamber Bridge as they go into the match looking to once again reach the Evo-Stik North play-off places and grab a first victory in four outings.
Ossett Albion look for their fifth league win in a row when they face Skelmersdale, while Brighouse Town search for a first win since January against Clitheroe. Ossett Town travel to Colne.
Evo-Stik South top scorers Frickley Athletic, meanwhile, have the wind firmly back in their sails as they continue to chase automatic promotion ahead of their match with Peterborough Sports.
Elsewhere, NCE Premier title-chasers Pontefract Collieries are aiming to bounce back from their defeat in midweek when they travel to Handsworth Parramore, while fellow promotion chasers Pickering Town look to make it 11 wins on the bounce in their trip to Hall Road Rangers.
Strugling Harrogate Railway Athletic have a tough fixture with Maltby Main, while Garforth Town look to regain some form at Bartown Town.
And Liversedge aim for a fifth league win in six at Penistone Church.
Division One leaders Knaresborough Town now need just two wins to guarantee promotion ahead of a tricky trip to Hallam, while Yorkshire Amateur still have faint hopes of automatic promotion going into their outing at rock-bottom Brigg Town.
Play-off chasing Selby Town, play their fourth match in seven days against Campion, while Glasshoughton Welfare also remain in the play-off hunt ahead of their match with Rossington Main.
AFC Emley host Glasshoughton’s play-off rivals, Winterton Rangers, while Nostell Miners Welfare welcome Ollerton Town.