Guiseley discovered their opponents for Saturday's FA Trophy third-round tie at Nethermoor after they had earned a second three-point maximum in the UniBond League Premier Division in four days.

While the Lions were beating Buxton to register consecutive 3-1 league victories on Tuesday, Tamworth were easing past Gainsborough Trinity in a delayed second-round tie in the knockout competition.

The Midland outfit’s reward for that win is a trip to Nethermoor to take on Guiseley, who beat higher- ranking opposition in the last round.

The Lions had to travel to Blue Square North Blyth Spartans, but still won through. They will be glad to have home advantage over Blue Square Premier opponents Tamworth this time around.

Guiseley feel they have to win the tie at the first attempt to go through and, while they are in good form, they do have injury concerns.

The 3-1 win at home to Buxton in midweek, where the visitors’ keeper was named man of the match, took its toll on Steve Kittrick’s squad.

Spokesman Stuart Allen said: “It was a tough game, despite the result, and it left us with a few knocks and bumps.

"Steve Burton had to come off with a back injury and Jez Fitzgerald with a bad cut on his head.

“Steve will be looking closely at them before Saturday morning, and also Adam Muller and Liam Needham. They both played the full 90 minutes against Buxton but were struggling towards the end.”