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Blue Square Bet North leaders Guiseley hoping to maintain that gap
Blue Square Bet North Division leaders Guiseley headline a busy night of action for the local semi-pro clubs tomorrow.
Guiseley opened a slight gap with a 3-1 home win at the weekend, giving them a better goal difference than second-placed Brackley Town.
However, third-placed Chester FC are also on the same points after all three clubs started their campaign with five straight victories.
The Lions travel to Wales tomorrow to take on 11th-placed Colwyn Bay, who have blown hot and cold so far. Guiseley’s hosts have won two but lost three of their first five fixtures.
Farsley have the first of back-to-back games against near-neighbours Ossett Albion.
They head to Albion in Evo-Stik Division One North tomorrow night before the pair clash at Throstle Nest this weekend in the FA Cup.
Fourth-placed Brighouse Town complete the local trio in the top tier but they are on the road tomorrow at early leaders Worksop Parramore.