Farsley Celtic welcome Hereford FC to the Citadel this weekend, looking to bounce back from a 5-2 defeat at Curzon Ashton last time out in the league.
The Celts will be looking to make it six home games undefeated as they look to pull away from the National League North relegation zone.
The home side have no new injury worries to report and have a full squad to pick from. The mid-table visitors – who recently became 50% supporter owned – will be smarting after back-to-back defeats, including a 92nd-minute loss at Brackley in midweek.
Celts boss Russ Wilcox, who rested key players in the midweek West Riding County Cup tie defeat against Albion Sports, will be hoping to see a reaction after the Curzon game, where he admitted his side performed poorly.
“You can’t make basic errors as we have, the fundamentals of football are there, it goes on the board every week,” he said.
“I’ll take responsibility as well, I’m the manager, but that’s our third defeat in nine, so for a team third bottom we’re doing okay.”
Wilcox will be hoping to avenge a 2-0 defeat at Hereford in early January.
The Citadel, Newlands, Farsley, Leeds, LS28 5BE
Concessions (Over 60s, Students with a valid NUS card): £9
Ages 10-17: £5
Ages 6-9: £2
Under 6s: Free
You can purchase tickets in advance, online, by clicking here.
Supporters can use cash or card to buy tickets on the gate.
THE NEST BAR
The Nest Bar will be open before and after the game.