FOUR goals in the second half saw Liversedge pull off a derby day comeback against Albion Sports.

Liversedge were 2-0 down at the interval, but a second-half hat-trick from Brandon Kane and a strike from Alfie Raw were enough to seal the three points. Sports scored two goals in two first half minutes, through Alhassane Keita and Ombeni Ruhanduka.

The victory put Liversedge up to 16th in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division.

Liversedge now host second-from-bottom Harrogate Railway Athletic on Saturday, while 13th-placed Albion Sports go to Bridlington Town, who are fifth.

In the same division, Thackley, who have not won since October 13, look to end a run of three consecutive defeats followed by three straight draws when they go to Goole.

Red-hot Eccleshill United will look to continue their streak of four successive victories in the Premier Division when they host Hemsworth Miners Welfare.

Meanwhile, in Division One, joint-leaders Campion have the chance to top the table in their own right when they travel to Ollerton Town.

In-form Brighouse Town, who have won three of their last five games and are fourth, face a tough-looking assignment when they host Lincoln United, who are second in Evo-Stik East.

Farsley Celtic take a break from the league, instead facing a tricky cup tie.

Farsley travel to Alfreton Town in the FA Trophy third qualifying round. Nicky Law's hosts are 13th in Vanarama National League North, while Celtic are on a good run of form, after they won their last two games.

Danny Forrest's Silsden will look to continue their upturn in form when they host Bootle in Hallmark Security League Premier Division.

The Cobbydalers are fifth after they recorded their first win in seven games, a 2-1 triumph over Hanley Town, last week. They will look to climb the table against fifth-placed Bootle.

Buoyed by a 4-2 victory at AFC Darwen on Wednesday night, Steeton are again on the road against Atherton Laburnum Rovers on Saturday.

Steeton twice came back from a goal down against Darwen and are now seventh. The Chevrons' goals came from Angus Maney, Aaron Davis, Sam Rooke and substitute Ben Clarkson.

They will aim to continue in the same winning vein at bottom-placed Atherton.