TADCASTER Albion are preparing to welcome Evo-Stik North rivals Glossop North End in the FA Trophy tomorrow.

Both sides come into the game fresh after their midweek games were postponed due to their scheduled opponents having FA Cup replays.

Third-placed Glossop were due to play Scarborough Athletic, while Albion’s opponents Ossett Town won on penalties against 1874 Northwich.

Five places separate the sides, but only six points.

Both also conceded late equalisers in their last games – Droylsden in the 90th minute against Albion, while Glossop conceded with five minutes remaining.

Fellow Evo-Stik North side Scarborough also feature in the FA Trophy at home to table-toppers South Shields.

The Seadogs sit in fourth position, five points behind the north-east side with a game in hand.

They won their FA Cup third qualifying round replay against Stratford Town 4-1 after extra-time.

Harrogate Town return to National League North action after Monday’s 2-0 FA Cup win at Bradford Park Avenue.

The league leaders travel to 14th-placed Curzon Ashton.

Northern Counties East League division one leaders Knaresborough Town are at home to eighth-placed FC Bolsover, coming off the back of their 4-0 home victory against Brigg Town.

Selby Town visit Dronfield in their first away fixture for almost a month.

The Robins sit 11 positions higher than their hosts and have won their last two games by a combined score line of 12-3.

Harrogate Railway Athletic are flirting with relegation from the premier division, sitting six points and two places off the bottom.

They visit seventh-placed Hemsworth Miners Welfare, looking for their first away win of the season.