Farsley face a second consecutive game against a title hopeful in Evo-Stik Division One North when they head to leaders Curzon Ashton on Saturday.

Neil Parsley’s men are still very much in the promotion race, and the manager is looking forward to another chance to take points from one of their rivals.

Curzon are seven points clear of Warrington Town at the summit, and Farsley’s opponents last weekend were Warrington.

Parsley said: “We worked hard over there and the longer the game went on the more we looked like winning it. I thought a point (from a goalless draw) was the least we deserved.

“The important thing is that we bounced back well from the Kendal defeat the week before.

"It would have been nice to win but I was satisfied with the result and we picked up no other injuries, so I’m quite happy with that.”

Farsley suffered a minor blip when they were knocked out of the League Cup, which ended a 16-match unbeaten run, and then lost their first league game since November - to Kendal Town - but they recovered to take a point from Warrington.