There will be a stark contrast to tomorrow's knockout game for Farsley following their appearance at the National Hockey Stadium in midweek.

The Celts were rank outsiders against the MK Dons on Tues-day, despite taking the Coca-Cola League Two outfit to a replay in the FA Cup.

This time they will be the big-time Charlies', facing a trip to UniBond Division One club Skelmersdale in the FA Trophy.

"We won't have time to dwell on the defeat at Milton Keynes as this is a must-win game, our first in the Trophy this season, and then we face Bradford Park Avenue in another cup competition on Monday," said Celts boss Lee Sinnott.

"We are looking to have a good run in this competition, as we did in the FA Cup, but the roles are reversed now as, instead of being the minnows, we are the team to be beaten.

"They will be wanting to take the scalp of a Conference North club and will want to compare themselves to the MK Dons by beating us.

"What I'm looking for is the same attitude from my players that I have had over the last four games. They have been very difficult matches but the character of the squad in their approach to them has been exceptional.

"They were four tough games in the space of nine days and I know that will have taken something out of the players. What I don't want is a hangover from the cup exit. I will be telling the players Don't look back in anger, look forward and focus on what is still achievable'. The season is not halfway through and there's so much to play for."

There are no fresh injuries from the second meeting with the Football League side and Remo Nesa returns to the squad. He was cup-tied for the double-header against the Dons.