TADCASTER Albion will be seeking to avenge last weekend’s shock defeat to lowly Kendal Town in the reverse fixture tomorrow.

Fifth-placed Tadcaster were beaten 2-1 last weekend by second-from-bottom Kendal in the BetVictor Northern Premier League north/west Division at Ings Lane.

The result meant that Albion lost back-to-back league games for the first time since early November following the 1-0 loss at Dunston a fortnight ago.

Albion currently occupy the last of the four play-off spots but could move above Pontefract Collieries with a victory at Kendal.

A defeat at Parkside Road, with a result going the way of Marske United over Prescot Cables, could see the Brewers fall out of the play-off positions.

Elsewhere in the division, bottom club Pickering Town host Pontefract with the aim of closing the four-point gap at the bottom.

The aforementioned victory for Kendal over Tadcaster and Pickering's 2-2 draw at play-off chasers Clitheroe meant that the Pikes were cut adrift at the bottom.

Since the appointment of new manager Steve Roberts, Pickering have won once, drawn once and lost once in the league.

Pontefract are currently fourth in the division, with 24 more points than Pickering.

The club's latest two signings from Scarborough Athletic could also make their home debuts for Pickering tomorrow afternoon.

Former Hull City youngster Luke Lofts started for Pickering while George Walmsley was a late substitution from the bench.

Meanwhile, Selby Town will be aiming to stretch their remarkable goal-scoring run even further when they host Nostell Miners Welfare in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League division one.

Selby have scored 17 goals in their last three matches, when facing Glasshoughton Welfare, Harrogate RA and Brigg Town.