TADCASTER Albion are looking for an immediate response in the Evo-Stik League north at Prescot Cables following their West Riding County Cup semi-final exit at the hands of neighbours Selby Town.

Second-half goals from Joe Dale and Liam Flanagan gave the Robins victory over a “lacklustre” Albion side, who sit two steps above in the non-league pyramid.

Tomorrow, it is league business as usual for the Brewers when they travel to Merseyside for a clash with fifth-placed Prescot Cables, where a win could take them up to eighth.

Jay Taylor, a spokesman for the club, said: “Hopefully there’ll be no hangover from it. The motivation is there to put it right as soon as possible and get back to our league form.

“It was a bit lacklustre from us. But fair play to Selby, they were up for it."

With Prescot on a four-game losing run, now would be seem to be a good time to play them.

However, Taylor warned: “Prescot will be one of our biggest games of the season, as a win puts us back in the promotion picture.

“But it’s never easy against Liverpool teams, they’re always good and in your face. It won’t be a glamorous game either – it’s not a good pitch and it never will be!”

Michael Ingham, Corey Roper, Aaron Hardy, Chris Howarth and Pete Davidson will all return after the midweek squad shake-up, while Joe Pugh is a likely starter. Aiden Savory is away.

Second-placed Scarborough Athletic have won 12 of their last 13 games in all competitions and scored in every fixture since the FA Cup home loss to Hyde United back in October.

Tomorrow, the Seadogs are at Mossley, who won 2-0 at home to Colwyn Bay last weekend – their first triumph in nine attempts, a run which has seen 37 goals scored.