TADCASTER Albion face arguably their toughest test of the season when they travel to table toppers Workington AFC on Saturday afternoon.

Last weekend’s rainy weather saw a whole host of non-league games called off, including Tadcaster’s home game against Droylsden in the BetVictor Northern Premier League (NPL) north/west division.

Albion return to action on Saturday with a trip to Cumbria and face a Workington side who have lost twice in their opening 12 league matches and hold a three-point lead at the top.

Their home ground, Borough Park, has been somewhat of a fortress so far. A record of five wins and draw in the six league matches played there is more points that have been amassed at home by any other side in the division.

Tadcaster are currently third in the table and haven't lost a league game since August, their sole defeat thus far.

Three points for the Brewers would put them just a point Workington.

Albion remain without a permanent manager following the departure of Curtis Woodhouse to Gainsborough Trinity.

Steve Waide and Michael Ingham remain in temporary charge of the club.

Elsewhere, Pickering Town could move off the foot of the NPL north/west table should they defeat 12th-placed City of Liverpool.

Pickering could hand a league debut to new signing Elliot Holmes, who signed from Bradford Park Avenue last weekend.

The 19-year-old midfielder made his first Pickering appearance in their 0-0 draw at Prescot Cables in the FA Trophy on Tuesday night.

Also, Selby Town will be hoping to extend their run in the FA Vase when they host Bridlington Town in the second round of the competition.