TADCASTER Albion will be aiming to record a first away win since early October when they travel to City of Liverpool on Saturday.

Albion lost ground on the BetVictor Northern Premier League north/west division play-off places after letting a two-goal lead slip at home to Ramsbottom United in their last outing.

However, the Brewers could still find themselves back in the top five should they take all three points against 10th-placed City of Liverpool.

To do so, they’ll need to record a rare away win. The last time Tadcaster won on their travels was a 1-0 victory away to Widnes on October 5.

The Merseyside club have taken three fewer points than Tadcaster having played one more league game in the current campaign.

City of Liverpool, who were champions of the North West Counties League premier division last term, boast a strong record at the TDP Solicitors Stadium.

They’ve lost just once at home this season with that sole blemish coming to division leaders Workington AFC.

At the bottom of the table, basement side Pickering Town will be aiming to move level on points with nearest relegation-battlers Ossett United when they host Colne.

Pickering won for only the second time in the league at the end of last month, with a 4-1 victory over Dunston.

But, they couldn’t make it back-to-back wins in a 1-0 defeat to ninth-placed Prescot Cables.

Saturday’s opponents Colne currently sit 15th in the league standings on 12 points, but have played just 10 games this term - eight less than Pickering.

With the visit of table-toppers Workington and a trip to play-off chasing Marske United to come before the end of the year, the game looks to be a vital one to Pickering’s survival ambitions.

Elsewhere, Selby Town could rise as high as second, should they take maximum points from their trip to Worsbrough Bridge Athletic.

Selby are currently sixth in the Northern Counties East League division one but have games in hand on all of the sides that sit above them.

Worsbrough languish in 17th in the table on 14 points, just a point above the relegation places.

Town sealed a 4-0 victory at Armthorpe Welfare in mid-week to leave themselves seven points behind leaders Skegness Town.

Nicknamed the ‘Selby Pirlo’, Charlie Clamp’s long-range effort put Selby into a one-goal lead at half-time.

Liam Flanagan doubled that lead before a third was tucked away by Jon Vass - scoring his first goal for the Robins.

Selby capped off the evening with a fourth goal, with Casey Stewart the last player on the scoresheet after finishing an assist from namesake Carl Stewart.