CLECKHEATON could potentially all but end the Bradford Premier League title race tomorrow by doing the double over Bradford & Bingley.

Barring a dramatic turnaround, the second-placed Wagon Lane hosts look like the only club who realistically can claw back the lead at the summit set by Woodlands.

Cleckheaton captain Mally Nicholson expects the Albert Terrace side, who are 22 points clear of their hosts with a game in hand, to get their hands on the league silverware for the first time since 2012.

But his main concern is ensuring his side finish as high up the table as possible and continue their upward progress which has seen them claim ninth and then seventh-placed final positions in their last two seasons.

His team currently in fifth, Nicholson said: "I back us against anyone but we’ve been inconsistent.

"We've beaten Hanging Heaton and then lost to Wrenthorpe – that is what type of team we are. It’s annoying but hopefully if we get a win tomorrow we’ll be pushing up there.

"We're aiming for second or third – as high as we can – and we just want to improve every year and build something while keeping a main core of players and bringing on our young lads."

Ethan Lee is one of those youngsters who will feature at Bradford & Bingley tomorrow, while the most eye-catching selection is that of Tom Kohler-Cadmore.

The Yorkshire batsman, who has been captaining the White Rose in their T20 campaign, makes a rare appearance for the Moorenders, who are missing Andy Gorrod and Josh Thurwell but welcome back Andrew Deegan.

Cleck are one of the four teams to have beaten Bradford & Bingley in the league this season but Nicholson is not surprised to see them challenging.

He said: "We beat them but they we were without one of their regular opening bowlers. They are a decent side - stronger with the ball than the bat."

Elsewhere, Woodlands will be expected to continue their march towards the title at Wrenthorpe, while the key clash at the other end of the table sees Methley host Undercliffe.

The bottom side from Huddersfield will aim to build on a shock win over Bradford & Bingley before last weekend's washout against an Undercliffe team looking nervously over their shoulders in ninth spot.

Saturday's fixtures

Premier Division First teams: Methley v Undercliffe, Bradford & Bingley v Cleckheaton, Pudsey St Lawrence v Farsley, Lightcliffe v New Farnley, Wrenthorpe v Woodlands, Townville v Hanging Heaton.

Premier Division Second teams: Baildon v Yeadon, Batley v Pudsey Congs, East Bierley v Pudsey St Lawrence, New Farnley v Lightcliffe, Woodlands v Bowling Old Lane, Hanging Heaton v Morley.

Championship One First teams: Wakefield St Michael's v Baildon, Pudsey Congs v Batley, Scholes v East Bierley, Hartshead Moor v Bankfoot, Ossett v Keighley, Morley v Gomersal.

Championship One Second teams: Undercliffe v Methley, Cleckheaton v Bradford & Bingley, Farsley v Carlton, Bankfoot v East Ardsley, Keighley v Ossett, Gomersal v Northowram Fields.

Championship Two First teams: Altofts v Adwalton, Yeadon v Birstall, Bowling Old Lane v Liversedge, Carlton v Buttershaw St Paul's, East Ardsley v Hopton Mills, Northowram Fields v Jer Lane, Hunslet Nelson v Spen Victoria.

Championship Two Second teams: Oulton v Altofts, Birstall v Wakefield St Michael's, Liversedge v Wrenthorpe, Great Preston v Scholes, Hopton Mills v Hartshead Moor, Jer Lane v Townville, Spen Victoria v Brighouse.

Conference First teams: Heckmondwike & Carlinghow v Azaad, Brighouse v Oulton, Crossbank Methodists v Windhill & Daisy Hill, Gildersome & Farnley Hill v East Leeds, Sandal v Rodley. Free: Great Preston.

Conference Second teams: Azaad v Heckmondwike & Carlinghow, Adwalton v Hunslet Nelson, Windhill & Daisy Hill v Crossbank Methodists, East Leeds v Gildersome & Farnley Hill, Rodley v Sandal. Free: Buttershaw St Paul’s.