Joint leaders Tyersal and Storthes Hall face key West Riding County Amateur League fixtures tomorrow which could give a pointer to the destination of the Premier Division title.

Tyersal, who have played two matches fewer than their Huddersfield rivals, must pick up maximum points at home to rock-bottom Hemsworth Miners Welfare. The Bradford club will then hope Storthes Hall slip up as they travel to mid-table Wibsey.

Halifax Irish could also do Tyersal a favour when hosting third-placed defending champions Bay Athletic, who are two points behind with a game in hand.

Campion, who travel to struggling Hall Green United, will be hoping for a similar result to their last visit at the end of October when they won 4-3 in the League Cup.

South Bradford occupy fourth place in Division One and could boost their promotion prospects with a victory over second-placed visitors Farnley.

Salts clinched a quarter-final berth in the Bradford FA Saturday Cup last weekend and can now concentrate on moving away from the relegation zone by taking maximum points at home to second-bottom Ventus/Yeadon.

Dudley Hill Athletic are still seeking their first Division Two win but will have been encouraged by last week's narrow 1-0 defeat to leaders Brighouse Town Reserves.

This time Athletic welcome third-placed Bronte Wanderers to East Bierley.