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Play-off place is incentive for Farsley
Farsley will be looking to continue the momentum they found over the holiday period when they travel to nearby Ossett Town on Saturday, looking to break back into the Evo-Stik Division One North play-off places.
Two wins and a draw saw Neil Parsley’s men clamber back into the race for promotion.
Farsley are looking for a win that would take them through the 40-point barrier but they will be wary of their hosts as they have enough games in hand to overhaul Farsley, even though they are eight places below.
Parsley said: “James Riley had to come off with about ten minutes to go at Harrogate Railway with a tight hamstring, so he is a doubt but we will leave any decision as long as we can.
"Gareth Grant was on the bench again because of his hamstring. He is 50-50 for this weekend. It could be that we keep him back another week, we’ll wait and see.”
Following derby victories over Garforth Town and Ossett Albion, without conceding, Farsley had to battle from two goals down to earn a 2-2 draw at Harrogate.
Prior to that, Farsley knocked play-off promotion rivals Clitheroe out of the League Cup, so they will be looking to stretch their unbeaten run to five games on Saturday.