BRIGHOUSE Town will have home advantage in the West Riding County Cup final, as they take on Liversedge in a few weeks.

The game will take place at Brig's Yorkshire Payments Stadium on Friday, May 6, with it kicking off at 6:45pm.

Sedge sealed their place in the final by thumping Albion Sports 6-0, while Brighouse Town crushed a young Farsley Celtic outfit 4-0 in the last-four.

Both Sedge and Brig are familiar with each other, as they both play in the Northern Premier League East Division, with the former gunning for promotion, and the latter comfortably ensconced in mid-table.

When the sides met in December in the league, at the Yorkshire Payments Stadium, Joe Walton scored a last-gasp winner for visitors Sedge in a 2-1 victory.

Sadly it was a game marred by allegations of racist abuse, which took the shine somewhat off a gripping derby.

Hopefully, May's final will be all about the football, as Sedge look for just their second West Riding County Cup title, with Brig searching for their maiden success in the competition.