TADCASTER Albion welcome Trafford tomorrow in the Evo-Stik League north division and a win could see the ninth-placed hosts leapfrog their visitors.

The Brewers’ last game was a West Riding County Cup second round 2-1 win over Silsden, with Andy Milne’s late goal making it the latest in a run of four consecutive victories in all competitions.

Trafford are the division’s draw specialists, having produced seven league stalemates this season.

Selby Town come into tomorrow’s Northern Counties East League division one game at Winterton Rangers off the back of a six-goal thriller at Ollerton Town. Two quick-fire Jordan Buckham goals cost them the lead in the 3-3 home draw, so they remain sixth and a point behind Shirebrook Town who tomorrow face bottom side Brigg Town.

Winterton Rangers’ last game saw them lose 4-0 at home to Premier division leaders Knaresborough Town.

Saturday’s visitors to Knaresborough are mid-table AFC Emley.

The division’s third-bottom side Harrogate Railway Athletic travel to Garforth Town, boosted by their 5-2 victory over fellow strugglers Clipstone.

Evo-Stik League north division Scarborough Athletic edged themselves into fourth place last week with a 1-1 draw at home to Trafford, thanks to a debut goal from their new striker James Walshaw who was signed from Farsley Celtic days before the game.

The Seadogs visit mid-table Colwyn Bay whose 5-0 victory over Mossley last week ended a seven-game winless streak - the same scoreline as their last win before the barren run started.

National League North Harrogate Town travel to Darlington tonight for their FA Trophy third qualifying round encounter.

The Quakers have won only once in their last nine fixtures, while Town have suffered just one defeat in the same period.