ECCLESHILL United will be looking to put their late derby capitulation behind them when they host the joint leaders in Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division.

The Eagles crashed to a 4-2 defeat to Thackley on Tuesday night, conceding four goals in the last 20 minutes. Now they face a tough task to bounce back when they host Penistone Church.

Meanwhile, Thackley, who are 13th, travel to ninth-placed Maltby Main.

Liversedge, who lie in 15th place, travel to Barton Town, who are six points and three places above them.

Albion Sports will look to get further daylight from the bottom three when they Harrogate Railway Athletic, who are one placer and six points below them.

In Division One, Campion have a good chance to close the three-point gap on leaders Grimsby Borough when they travel to Harworth Colliery.

Refreshed after a blank weekend, Danny Forrest's men are back in action when they host Padiham.

Craig Bentham, Silsden assistant manager, said: "It’s a shame that we had a free weekend, but we have been putting in the work for the next home game against Padiham and look forward to being back out there in front of the home fans again at the Cobbydale Construction Stadium.”

In Division One North, Roy Mason's Steeton host Holker Old Boys at Cougars Park, looking to bounce back from a 1-0 defeat at Chadderton last Saturday.