CAMPION host league leaders Winterton Rangers in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Division One tomorrow in what promises to be a mouthwatering clash at Scotchman Road.

The teams are only separated by goal difference, with 35 points each, and both have won 11 of their opening 15 league games.

With Bradford City away at Peterborough and the “international break” affecting the top two divisions, Campion are also doing a special offer for current season ticket holders of any club.

Instead of the normal £5 & £3 admission prices, provided fans bring their season ticket with them, the price will be £3 & £1.

The match is being sponsored by Bradford firm SONDAD, whose owner Gary Routledge is also a season ticket holder at City.

In the division above, Thackley have played well in the past month without getting the results, and they are desperate for a home win over Staveley Miners Welfare to edge away from the drop zone.

Eccleshill United might be able to do their Bradford rivals a favour, as they host second-bottom Goole. Albion Sports are also at home, as they play the team directly above them, 13th-placed Athersley Recreation.

Liversedge have the toughest assignment, and their relegation fears look unlikely to ease when they travel to high-flying Bridlington Town.

Farsley Celtic won 4-0 in their FA Trophy replay at Carlton Town on Wednesday night, and they should win comfortably again tomorrow, as they travel to rock-bottom North Ferriby United in the Evo-Stik Premier Division.

An in-form Brighouse Town also face a simple assignment on paper, as they host second-bottom Wisbech Town in the Evo-Stik East.

Silsden's league form has been poor over the past month, with their early title challenge now looking like a distant memory.

They still sit sixth in the Hallmark Security League Premier Division though, and they will expect victory at home to lowly Hanley Town tomorrow to get back on track.

Finally, in Division One North, Steeton picked up their first league win in six weeks last Saturday after beating St Helens Town 4-3 in a thriller.

They are on Merseyside tomorrow, as they visit fellow top-half side Lower Breck.