GUISELEY joint-manager Russ O'Neill says his side must bounce back from a heavy Boxing Day defeat when they entertain Altrincham tomorrow.

The Lions fell to 17th after they crashed to a 5-1 reverse to Vanarama National League North leaders Bradford (Park Avenue), but now have a tricky-looking chance to recover when they welcome fifth-placed Altrincham to Nethermoor.

O'Neill said: "We've go to make sure we don't get beaten up on Saturday.

"That is our next game and we can't have a repeat of Boxing Day. We got rolled over and need to take it on the chin."

Meanwhile, Farsley Celtic look to close the gap on the leaders when they travel to Witton Albion tomorrow.

Celtic are joint second in the Evo-Stik League Premier Division after a 3-1 win over Whitby Town on Boxing Day. This victory sees Celtic seven points behind leaders Nantwich Town, but with five games in hand on the leaders.

Eccleshill United have the chance to go seventh in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League - Premier Division if they can grab the points from their clash at Garforth Town. Sean Regan's side grabbed a 3-1 home win over Athersley Recreation in their last league clash on Saturday.

In the same division, our other teams will be looking to get daylight from the relegation zone.

Liversedge, who are 15th, travel to eighth-placed Worksop Town, buoyed by a 1-0 victory over Garforth Town last Saturday.

Thackley will looking to avenge a 5-0 defeat to Penistone Church last time out, when they go to Athersley Recreation.

Albion Sports face a six-pointer when they host Hall Road Rangers, who are one place and four points below them in the Premier Division table.

In Division One, Campion aim to extend their three-point lead at the top of the table when they travel to 12th-placed Glasshoughton Welfare.

Meanwhile, Silsden have the chance to move up three places to eighth in the Hallmark Security League Premier Division if they can win at Litherland REMYCA.

The Cobbydalers will be looking to bounce back from a 1-0 home derby defeat to Barnoldswick Town on Boxing Day.

Meanwhile, in Division One North, Roy Mason's 11th-placed Steeton travel to Shelley.

Steeton also lost on Boxing Day, crashing to a 1-0 reverse against Nelson at Cougar Park.