IT is set to be a hotly-contested third round of fixtures in the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup this Saturday, with the tie of the round being between two teams who are unbeaten in their respective leagues this season.

Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme leaders Farsley Celtic Juniors host West Yorkshire League Premier Division toppers Beeston St Anthony’s.

The furthest Farsley, who are based at Bradford Academy, have been in this competition is the quarter finals and they lost to Leeds City 2-1 a few years ago, while Beeston won the Challenge Cup in 2016, beating Carlton Athletic 1-0.

Another competitive fixture is Stanley United, third in the Supreme Division, challenging the Premier Division leaders Gildersome Spurs OB.

Free-flowing Toller take on York Minster League side Tadcaster Magnet and Campion Reserves, fresh from a 13-0 win over Morley Town in the last round, travel to Oxenhope Recreation.

Current form suggests that Horsforth St Margaret’s are expected to win at Poole, while Alwoodley, beaten finalists in 2018, are favourites against West Yorkshire Division One outfit Featherstone Colliery.

Bramhope are in fine fettle in the Harrogate League and may just edge their tie at Ryburn Utd.

While 2018 champions Rawdon Old Boys may not be at their best, they will fancy their chances at home to Lower Hopton, who suffered a 5-0 defeat to the hands of Athletico last week in the league.

Otley Town beat Rimington 3-1 in the second round and travel to Halifax & District League Premier outfit Shelf United, who are riding high in third place.

Silsden Whitestar cruised to a 9-0 victory at Crosshills in the competition last time out and will visit Horbury Town.

Ilkley Town, who are below both Horbury and Beeston in the West Yorkshire League Premier Division, face Headingley after they beat Bingley Town last time out.

All matches are set to kick off at 2pm, unless otherwise stated.