HARROGATE TOWN are hoping a five-game run without a win ends at Guiseley in Conference North tomorrow.

The Wetherby Roaders prevented Barrow going top of the division when taking a 1-1 draw from Cumbria on Sunday, but they haven’t won in the league since late November.

They drew with their New Year’s Day opponents 0-0 on Boxing Day and, sitting in 14th in the table, are in urgent need of three points to kick-start their fading hopes of promotion.

Nathan Cartman ensured Manchester United’s Class of 92 went home disappointed as Harrogate Railway maintained their great form with a 1-0 win over Salford City on Sunday.

The visitors are owned by several of the Old Trafford legends, and former midfielder Paul Scholes was at the match.

That result made it nine wins in ten games for the Station View side, who last lost at Radcliffe Borough on November 8.

Now up to fifth in the Evo-Stik League first division north, they go to Farsley - just two points behind in the table.

Scarborough Athletic, whose promotion hopes were dented by a heavy defeat at title chasing Darlington 1883 on Boxing Day, entertain Brighouse Town in the same division.