ADAM Lakeland’s Farsley Celtic will still be seething that they let a two- goal lead slip at home last Saturday, and will look to minimise the damage by returning from the Silverlands with a win on Saturday.

The Celts came from a goal down to lead 3-1 going into stoppage time but had to settle for a point from the visit of promotion rivals Workington.

Farsley held onto sixth spot, despite the draw, but they face another tricky fixture at tenth-placed Buxton.

Farsley are only two points outside the play-off places in the Evo-Stik League Premier Division, but could lose ground if they fail to take maximum points as just five points separate the six clubs below the top two.

The Bucks have won as many games as the Celts this term (nine) but are hit and miss at home, where they have won four but lost five this term.

However, Buxton are one of three clubs who are just two points below that group of six who are bunched above them.

The Celts began their defence of the West Riding County Cup in midweek with a 2-0 win at locals rivals Brighouse Town, who are enduring a poor season in Division One North.

Town are at one of their fellow strugglers - Radcliffe Borough.

Borough have drawn their last three league games, and are only two places higher that Brighouse, but Vill Powell’s men won’t climb from third from bottom even with a win as the four clubs immediately above Town have a five-point cushion.