SILSDEN have not played this month but now they face two games in four days.

Tomorrow the Hallmark Security League Division One leaders visit second-placed Litherland REMYCA before hosting Chadderton on Boxing Day.

Silsden are 12 points ahead of their rivals who have played two league games and a cup tie while the Cobbydalers have been confined to the sidelines.

They were held to a 1-1 draw by Nelson last time out and they lost their previous league game, 3-2 away at Holker Old Boys, the side that ended Silsden's 17-game winning run.

Forward Niall Sultan, who was voted Division One's player of the month for November, said: "It's been frustrating having games called off but we have a massive game on Saturday.

"If we get the ball knocked about quickly, as we normally do, we have a great chance to extend our lead to 15 points"

Eccleshill United will be looking for the home win that could take them back to the top of Division One in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League when they host struggling Nostell MW.

The Eagles lost top spot when they were beaten last time out, 2-0 at Glasshoughton on December 2.

Rivals Campion will also be looking for a maximum as they journey to basement boys Brigg Town.

James Bicknell’s black and reds are just outside the play off places while their rivals are three points adrift at the foot of the table.

Albion Sports will also be expected to get back to winning ways in the Premier Division as they too travel to the side propping up the rest.

The Albion Lions head to Clipstone who are yet to pick up a single point.

Liversedge face a tough game at fourth-placed Pickering Town.

The Pikes are seven points off the summit, but have two games in hand. Sedge's last three matches were postponed.