The Aire-Wharfe League campaign comes to an end on Saturday with issues still to be decided in all three divisions, so nerves are bound to be jangling as Otley, Ben Rhydding, Skipton and Olicanian set out for matches that can make or break their season.

Having been denied by the weather from the chance of knocking Beckwithshaw off top spot in Division One last week, Otley know that their slim hopes of snatching the championship rely on taking maximum points at home to Guiseley while North Leeds pull off a shock win over the leaders.

Guiseley have had an erratic season and are capable of causing problems but Otley should be too strong for them and will recall with relish the first meeting when a 5-18 spell from Chris Thompson skittled them out for 87.

Even that might not be enough as Beckwithshaw only need eight more points to be confirmed as champions and will start as firm favourites at North Leeds.

But having battled against relegation for most of the season, Andrew Carson’s side have found their form in recent weeks so might just cause an upset.

Like Otley, Ben Rhydding were major losers in last week’s rain.

While their match against Adel was washed out, confirming Adel as Division Two champions, their closest rivals Follifoot were defeating Skipton to take over second spot.

There are just three points between them as Follifoot travel to a Kirkstall side that is far below their usual high standards this season and have only beaten bottom club Thackley in their last seven completed matches.

Ben Rhydding are at Steeton and will be hoping for a repeat of the performance when the sides met in July, Lewis Bolton scoring a century and skipper Alex Miller taking 5-42 in a comfortable 81-run win.

At the other end of the table, Skipton meet in-form Hall Park, not only needing to take full points but also hoping that Leeds Modernians don’t pick up the four points they need for safety at Calverley.

The only question in Division Three is which of the two promoted clubs go up as champions.

Leaders Saltaire have no match so can only look on as Olicanian, needing only six points for the title, tackle Bolton Villas,

Elsewhere in the league, there is little pressure but a few milestones that individual players will hope to achieve.

Rawdon entertain relegated Collingham seeking to hold on to a fourth place that would be their highest finish since being promoted in 2013.

Marcus Berryman has played a big part in their success.

As well as taking 42 wickets, the left-handed Australian is second in the division’s top run scorers with 630, just behind Beckwithshaw’s George Myers.

Bradley Reeve will also be hoping for at least three Collingham scalps to take him to 50 wickets for the season.

Burley, who are at the other relegated club Colton, will look back on the season with some disappointment, their challenge fading away in the second half.

But they have four batsmen in the top-ten scorers, with Nick Brook having the division’s best average with 42.9.

Horsforth’s Corey Barsby has had a successful season with 615 runs and will be hoping to build on that against Bilton, while Pool’s Charlie Bell only needs three more runs in their match against Ilkley to join the 600-club.

Elsewhere in Division Two, Thackley end a difficult season at Addingham, while Mahir Ali, who only needs one more wicket for 60, looks set to be confirmed as the Aire-Wharfe’s top wicket-taker as Tong Park Esholt seek to become the only the fourth side to beat Adel.

Menston and Green Lane both just missed out on the Division Three promotion race but should provide an entertaining finale to the campaign, with Waleed Akhtar, whose 701 runs have come at an average of 50, up against one of the division’s leading bowlers in Amer Ayoub.

Harden will be keen to end a four-match losing streak and finish the season on a positive note at St Chad’s Broomfield.