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Farsley go for three on the bounce
Farsley will be confident of a third consecutive Evo-Stik League win on Saturday after rattling in eight goals and conceding just one in their last two Division One North victories.
Neil Parsley’s men are currently in fifth place and host struggling neighbours Wakefield this weekend.
The visitors have banked just eight points from nine games to date while leaking a whopping 28 goals to leave them with a minus-21 goal difference.
But their only two victories of the season have come away from home, so Farsley must take nothing for granted.
Yet Parsley’s side won 4-0 at promotion rivals New Mills last weekend and 4-1 at home to Padiham in midweek.
The Farsley boss said: “It was a great result at New Mills and the plan was to build on that with two home games on the spin to get a bit of a run going.
“But this is a difficult league and if you’re not at it you get turned over. That has happened to us earlier in the season.”
Farsley have former Halifax Town defender Aaron Hardy back from Conference North neighbours Guiseley.
The right back, who also had a brief spell at Bradford Park Avenue, re-signed this week.