IT will be David v Goliath this Saturday as Steeton face the tough task of downing AFC Emley in a Yorkshire derby.

The First Division North side sit 20th and were unable to overturn their dismal run of form in midweek when they were beaten on penalties 4-2 by Barnoldswick Town in the West Riding County Cup, meaning that is now four defeats in as many matches.

Meanwhile, first-placed Emley have won four of their last six and will be aiming for another three points at Cougar Park.

Although, Roy Mason's men will be boosted by the signing of Tyler Marsh, the young defender is joining on a dual registration from Eccleshill United and will go straight into the squad.

The Steeton boss is confident that his side have what it takes to get out of their current rut after showing positive signs in the cup.

Mason said: "Tuesday was a tough game for us against a side playing in a higher division than us and we matched them for large chunks of the game, especially in the second half where I felt that we had some really good periods of play.

"To draw the game 2-2 showed great grit and determination from us and I was gutted for the players when we lost the shoot out. But these are lottery's and can go either way."

The game kicks of at 3pm and admission prices are Adults £5, Concessions £3, 16 and under free of charge.