Tyersal, who are only two points above the second of the Premier Division relegation places in the West Riding County Amateur League, will be hoping to take three precious points on Saturday.

Hosts Halifax Irish also have 13 points but have played two games more and have an inferior goal difference.

Tyersal, who beat Irish 5-1 in early January, are also seeking their first double.

Hall Green United and Lpeton Highlanders, who prop up the division, are in action against each other, while Tyersal will be helped in their quest to escape the drop should Campion take the points from Huddersfield YMCA, who are four points ahead of Tyersal.

Hunsworth, who booked their place in the final of the Bradford & District FA Saturday Senior Cup on Monday with a 4-3 win over Thackley Reserves, will now be able to concentrate on achieving their return to the top flight after two seasons in Division One.

With a seven-point advantage over second-placed Lower Hopton and having played three fewer games, Hunsworth are at Wakefield City, who are 14 points adrift in fourth place, on Saturday.

Ventus Yeadon Celtic, whose challenge for a top-two place has faltered after they failed to win any of their last four games, visit Bay Athletic Reserves.

Dudley Hill Rangers will clinch the Division Two title, if, in their last league match of the season, they take at least one point off visitors Golcar United Reserves.