CALDERDALE teams fill the bottom two places in the Pennine League's Premier Division, an issue that Siddal A at least will be looking to address tomorrow.
The Chevinedge side, who suffered a fourth defeat in six outings last Saturday when losing 12-0 at second-placed Slaithwaite, look to have a slightly easier task at home to mid-table Huddersfield outfit St Josephs.
Bottom club Irish, who have lost all nine games so far, are without a Premier game tomorrow.
Illingworth have a tough task trying to get off the mark at the 11th attempt in Division One West at Keighley Albion while King Cross Park entertain leaders Clayton in the same section.
Brighouse Rangers have a mouth-watering contest in Division Two with leaders Newsome Panthers the visitors to Russell Way.
Greetland have a great chance to bag a second Division Three win when they host Victoria Rangers.