COLNE will bid to kickstart their season when they travel to high-flying Glossop North End in the Evo-Stik League North tomorrow.

No side has played fewer matches than Steve Cunningham's Reds and they sit fourth bottom with just one win from six games.

In contrast, their hosts are second and unbeaten on their own turf this season and could go top of the table with a victory.

South Shields are the early pacesetters and the leaders host a Clitheroe side looking to right the wrongs of a midweek home defeat to Bamber Bridge.

Simon Haworth's side are currently 15th in the table after a mixed start to the campaign.

Ramsbottom United will also be targeting victory when they entertain Prescot Cables.

Mark Fell's side's strong start to the season has been checked by back to back defeats and they head into the weekend in eighth place.

In the National League North, Chorley host AFC Telford United at Victory Park.

The Magpies have recovered from a slow start to the season to climb into mid table and are joined on 15 points by their opponents tomorrow.

Matt Jansen's side secured progress in the FA Cup last time out although victory came at a cost with defender Stephen Jordan limping off injured. He is a doubt for the visit of the Bucks.

Barnoldswick Town are the only East Lancashire side in Hallmark Security League action due to their early exit from the FA Vase.

Danny Craig's men, currently 14th in the table, host Bootle at the Silentnight Stadium looking to bounce back from a 4-0 midweek defeat to Charnock Richard.