A 370-MILE round trip awaits Guiseley this weekend as they look to transfer their FA Cup form into the league.

The Lions roared into the FA Cup third qualifying round against Peterborough Sports next month following a 1-0 win over Stockton Town in the previous round.

Now they look to maintain their good run of form when they face a long road trip to Gloucester City in Vanarama National League North on Saturday (3pm kick-off).

Guiseley are fourth following six wins from their opening 11 games of the season, which has seen them collect 20 points. Meanwhile, Gloucester, new to the division this season, are 15th with 14 points after winning four of their first 11 matches.

Saturday's trip to the Spiers & Hartwell Jubilee Stadium will be a long one for his squad, but Guiseley joint-manager Russ O'Neill says confidence is high within the camp.

He said: "I'm looking forward to it.

"We're on a good run. We go to Gloucester not looking to get just one point, but for all three.

"We've got to keep as physical as we have been and intensity and then we can be a threat to anybody at our level."

Meanwhile, Guiseley striker Kaine Felix says Gloucester City will pose equally as hard a challenge as any other side in the division.

His cross was turned into his own net by Adam Nicholson to put Guiseley through in the FA Cup.

He said: "Every game in our league is a hard one.

"Last weekend was the cup out of the way for now. We can concentrate on the league, that is our main priority. We can go onto the next game now.

"It was a good team performance against Stockton Town. We deserved the win. We created more chances. I thought I did alright. We won as a team, that's the main thing.

"Hopefully Saturday is the start of a good journey (in the FA Cup)."

Meanwhile, Guiseley Academy will travel to Bootham Crescent on Wednesday, October 2 in the second round qualifying of the FA Youth Cup.

Kick-off at York Academy’s home will be at 7pm.