FARSLEY Celtic boss Adam Lakeland expects a response from his players in their FA Trophy replay at Barnet tomorrow night.

The Celts were hammered 4-0 at Curzon Ashton in the National League North at the weekend in a display he branded the worst since his arrival at the club.

Farsley could not have a much harder task when they look to bounce back in the capital against their former Football League hosts, who they drew 1-1 with at The Citadel earlier in the month.

But Lakeland insists his side will up their game. He said: "It's another opportunity for the lads to at least put a shift in and make a good account of themselves first and foremost.

"It's going to be incredibly tough and we are massive underdogs. I'm certain that we will get a real shift out of them."

Despite battling relegation, Curzon put Farsley to the sword with first-half goals from Michael Calveley and Josh Askew before Andrew Scott and Olatunde Bayode completed the rout after the break.

Lakeland, who said he intends to bring in new recruits, blasted: "I can't defend that. It was the worst performance that I've seen since I've been here.

"Individuals were miles off it and I won't put up with it."

Guiseley are also in action tomorrow night as they eye back to back home wins when they welcome Darlington to Nethermoor.

The Lions are buoyant after a 2-1 win at home to Gloucester City which put them up to sixth spot - with Darlington one place behind on the same number of points.

Brighouse Town suffered a 3-2 defeat at home to Ramsbottom United in the Northern Premier League North West Division.

Trailing 1-0 at the break, Town led 2-1 within three minutes of the interval. Tom Haigh equalised after being set up by a Joe Jagger flick before Jagger put the hosts in front, slotting home after a superb turn.

However, late goals from Nic Evangelios and Daniel Nadiole gave the visitors all three points.

Meanwhile, Steeton suffered more frustration after another game fell victim to the wet weather.

A week after their game at Bacup Borough was abandoned at half-time, their fixture at home to Daisy Hill was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.