WITH six games to go in the Bradford Premier League Premier Division, Woodlands know they cannot afford any slip-ups.

Currently in second, the reigning champions sit 19 points behind leaders New Farnley, with 20 points the maximum available for a win.

Woodlands will not expect to have too much trouble at Methley today, who have only won seven of their 17 league games so far, but a couple of young talents in the home batting line-up, Jason Marshall and Alex Cree, will need to be subdued by Brad Schmulian and his troops.

New Farnley have a tougher test on paper at fifth-placed Ossett, with batsman Nick Connolly the main danger for the hosts.

Elsewhere in the top-flight, Cleckheaton face a derby against Bradford & Bingley.

The latter are sat comfortably in mid-table, but Cleck are in desperate need of a win, currently sitting 24 points from safety.

The team 24 points ahead of them are Bankfoot, who know they are by no means safe yet.

It will be a tough ask for the Bradford side to win this weekend too, as they take on fourth-placed Pudsey St Lawrence.

In Division One, Jer Lane look almost certain to be champions with five games to go, but they were kept honest by a shock first defeat of the season to Undercliffe last time out.

It won't be easy today either, as they take on Pudsey Congs, who are still looking to snatch that second promotion spot from Carlton's grasp.

Mid-table East Bierley can virtually relegate East Ardsley if they beat them this weekend.

Wrenthorpe are rock-bottom and virtually guaranteed to go down, which is good news for their opponents this weekend, Undercliffe, who still have a slim chance of coming second.

East Bierley winning meanwhile could do two near-neighbours in Baildon and Keighley a big favour.

Neither are quite safe from relegation, but an East Ardsley defeat would see them all but there.

They could help their own cause by winning this weekend of course.

Baildon are at sixth-placed Gomersal, while Keighley visit fifth-placed Birstall.