CAMPION head into their big game at home to Retford tomorrow bang in form.

The spotlight is on the Northern Counties East League Division One clash as the selected game in Yorkshire to promote anti-discrimination and anti-racism organisation Kick It Out.

And the Scotchman Road outfit will be full of confidence having won six matches on the bounce.

That has catapulted them up the table into fourth spot, having scored nine in their last two games.

But Retford are level on points with them a place below, having adapted well to the higher level after promotion from the Central Midlands League last season.

Campion secretary Dave Keegan said: "It will be a tough task as they are going well."

Supporters should be in for an entertaining afternoon with both sides scoring a combined 48 goals already this season.

With the match also taking place on Non-League Day, entrance is free, as is the case at Eccleshill United in the NCEL Premier as they welcome Garforth Town.

They were due to face each other in the West Riding County Cup in midweek but the fixture was put back until next Wednesday due to a waterlogged pitch.

Both sides have had a mixed start to the season and will be hoping a win can kick-start their campaigns.

There is a repeat of last weekend’s Bradford area derby as Silsden visit Liversedge at Clayborn, seeking to gain revenge on their 3-1 loss last weekend. Sedge could go second if results go their way, whereas the away side will be hoping they can halt a run of five defeats in a row.

Thackley will want to make it three consecutive wins when they visit bottom placed Athersley Recreation. The Dennyboys were 3-1 victors against Bottesford last weekend and can enter the play-off positions with a victory.

Albion Sports will also be favourites against 18th-placed Handsworth at Throstle Nest. The Lions were 1-0 winners last time out at Knaresborough, with Luke Aldrich getting on the scoresheet.

Brighouse Town are in FA Trophy preliminary round action at Tadcaster Albion. The home side will be hoping the cup could offer a welcome relief from a league campaign that has stuttered, with Town in 14th.

Farsley Celtic's National League North clash at Kidderminster Harriers has been postponed due to Harriers having three players on international duty.

Meanwhile, strugglers Steeton visit buoyant Ashton Town in the North West Counties League Division One North. The visitors know a win can lift them off the bottom of the table, but it will be a tough task with Town flying high in second.