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Victory will help Brighouse Town to a podium finish
Brighouse Town have sneaked back up to third in the Baris Northern Counties East League Premier Division and they will be looking for a third win on the bounce on Saturday when they host mid-table Pickering Town.
Paul Quinn’s Brighouse will have to gain a maximum if they are to stay clear of fourth-placed Scarborough Athletic and Winterton Rangers, who are fifth, as both clubs are just two points adrift.
However, they are just playing for pride and bragging rights as all three are trailing in the wake of the top two, only one of which will gain the promotion place to the Evo-Stik League.
Liversedge play their last-but-one game when they journey to Hall Road Rangers.
Sedge’s only target is to break through the 40-point barrier - they have banked 38 from their 36 fixtures so far.
Their hosts have fared worse and trail by seven points but they have played one game less than Sedge.
Premier Division counterparts Thackley sit this weekend out but they can rest easy after reaching the League Cup final following their midweek semi-final win at Barton Town.
Eccleshill United still have something to play for in Division One.
The Eagles are still chasing the top-eight finish that will make them eligible for next season’s FA Cup and FA Vase.
The Eagles are seventh going into their trip to eighth-placed Worsborough Bridge Athletic.
Just one point separates the clubs but Eccleshill have one game in hand.
Ian Banks’ threadbare squad are limping towards the end of the season, and the former Bantams midfielder has been making up the numbers as a substitute in recent games.