Once again there will be a curtailed West Riding County Amateur League programme on Saturday as many of the league's sides are involved in their District FA Cup competitions.
Three local County Amateur League sides - Premier Division Tyersal and Division One sides Hunsworth and Wibsey - will be seeking a place in the last eight of the Bradford & District FA Saturday Senior Cup.
Tyersal, who had a bye into round two, will entertain Hunsworth at Arkwright Street (1.45pm), with the winners visiting Thackley in the quarter-finals, while Wibsey will host St Bede's Old Boys at Westwood Park, with West Yorkshire League side Old Headingley awaiting the winner.
With Premier Division leaders Steeton playing in the Keighley & District FA Cup against Cowling, Salts could do Steeton a favour by preventing their visitors Hall Green United from taking all three points and moving back to the top of the table.
At the lower end of the Premier Division, Littletown and Kirkburton, who are placed just above basement club Overthorpe, meet at Beck Lane (2pm).
Campion Reserves will be keen to put behind them last week's humiliating 8-0 Division One home defeat to Storthes Hall Reserves, though visitors AFC Emley, who are in fourth, will be no pushovers.