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Tyersal need a pick-me-up
Tyersal must arrest a worrying slide as they visit Littletown in the West Riding County Amateur League on Saturday.
The Bradford club won their opening two Premier Division games, scoring 12 goals in the process, but have since suffered four consecutive defeats.
Littletown have won four of their eight matches but only one at home, a 2-0 success against Halifax Irish.
Campion will be looking to follow up their comfortable win over Kirkburton at home to third-placed Storthes Hall.
Salts, who conceded seven goals in the second half at Storthes Hall last week, must halt a run of three defeats on the trot as they travel to Kirkburton, while Steeton take the short trip to Halifax Irish.
Ventus-Yeadon Celtic, who moved top of Division One last Saturday with a 4-2 win at Overthorpe, should have been at Bay Athletic Reserves but the game has been switched to their home ground at Dam Lane.
With only one defeat in their seven games, Ventus-Yeadon will be eager to retain top spot ahead of Hunsworth, who should be capable of extending their 100 per cent start to six games at rock-bottom Salts Reserves.
Wibsey and West Horton, who are both still seeking their first win of the campaign, have home games against Overthorpe and Tingley Athletic respectively.