CLAYTON will be hoping home advantage gives them the upper-hand when they welcome high-fliers Oulton Raiders tomorrow in Pennine League Division Two Central.

The fourth-placed hosts – who have not had a home game since early November – are champing at the bit for action after their clash with Beeston Broncos was called off last week when the visitors could not raise a team.

They will be hoping to avenge their defeat to leaders Oulton earlier in the season and close the gap on third-placed Eastmoor Dragons.

The unbeaten Raiders, who beat Clayton 52-12 in the reverse fixture in November, ran in nine tries in a 46-0 demolition of Wortley Dragons last week, and will be hoping to maintain their perfect record.

Birkenshaw Blue Dogs travel to basement side Wakefield City looking to give their season a boost. The Blue Dogs have won just twice this season and are coming off a 44-6 hammering against Queensbury, but will be hoping for a change in fortunes against winless City.

Elsewhere in Division Two Central, an all-Leeds affair sees Wortley Dragons welcome Woodhouse Warriors.

Wyke and Queensbury are in BARLA National Cup action tomorrow when they face off in the first round at Wyke Recreation Ground.

The home side have fared better in the league and are in good form after beating Wakefield City last week, but face a resurgent Bury who, after an indifferent start to the season, look a different side in 2018, racking up more than a century of points and conceding just six in their past two matches.

In the Pennine League Championship, Brighouse Rangers travel to Sharlston Rovers. Brighouse are level on points with Rovers and ahead in the table on points difference. They will be looking for a win which would put them level with second-placed Queens.