ALBION Sports go into their derby at home to Silsden on Saturday buoyed by a midweek cup win.

Sports progressed to the fourth round of the Northern Counties East League Cup fourth round with a 2-0 win at Ollerton.

That success came on the back of a league triumph so the Bradford club go into the local Premier Division clash in form.

However, the Cobbydalers ended a seven-match losing streak at Knaresborough last time out, a 4-2 win putting them in good heart.

Eccleshill are also in good spirits after joining Albion in the next round of the League Cup thanks to a 3-2 home success over Garforth Town.

The hosts fell behind after 25 minutes to a Lee Turner strike, but a Jonathan Irving double put them in front at the break.

Garforth pulled level almost immediately after half-time through Sean Hunter, but the winner came in bizarre circumstances on 54 minutes, as Lewis Sugden scored directly from a corner following a goalkeeping howler.

Victory puts the Eagles in confident mood for their mouth-watering derby at home to high-flying Liversedge tomorrow.

Ninth-placed Thackley are in action against Barton Town, knowing the three points can push them up to sixth.

Rain prevented the Dennyboys from playing AFC Mansfield in midweek and they will want to halt their recent downward form after losing their last two.

High-flying Campion aim to continue their excellent start to the season when they travel to Dronfield Town.

The second-placed visitors have only lost one game in eight, which came last time out as Glasshoughton downed them 3-0.

Farsley Celtic continue their charge for National League status when they visit Blyth Spartans.

Although, the Spartans are in 20th, they are undefeated in their last three so Celtic need to be cautious after losing last time out to Kidderminster 2-0.

Steeton will aim to carry on their stunning form when they visit tenth-placed Chadderton.

Despite being rock bottom of the North West Counties League Division One North, the away side have won their last three including a 3-1 victory over Pilkington. They can leave the foot of the table with a win.

Brighouse will want to build on their 2-0 victory against Prescot Cables when they host 16th-placed Colne in the Northern Premier League North West.