FORMER Bradford City youngster Louie Swain could be involved in Harrogate Town's first-team squad for the first time since March as they welcome Boston United to the CNG Stadium tomorrow (3pm).

Fit-again Swain, after recovering from a cruciate ligament rupture, returned to action on Monday night with a two-goal display in the under-21s' 5-0 win over Ossett Town.

He took just three minutes to get back among the goals, heading home from close range after good link-up play with Jordan Thewlis.

Six minutes later, the striker had his second as more good work from Thewlis, as well as Morgan Smith, saw the ball cut back to Swain waiting to finish.

Harrogate go into the weekend now third in the National League North table, having been leapfrogged by Brackley following their midweek win over Southport.

Former Shaw Lane manager Craig Elliott takes charge of his first match for Boston, after taking over a side sitting second bottom of the standings with just four wins all season.

The omens are not good for the visitors, the Pilgrims having won just one of the last 11 meetings between the sides.

Tadcaster Albion go to promotion hopefuls Glossop North End in the Evo-Stik League premier division lifted by their first win since September - a Tom Corner double giving the mid-table Brewers a 2-1 win over Clitheroe last weekend.

Fourth-placed Scarborough Athletic host Trafford looking to get back to winning ways following defeat to high-flying rivals Prescot Cables, although it won't be easy against a team who have found form.