THE pretenders to the throne take on the side that has made the Lancashire League crown their own for the past three years tomorrow.

Champions Bacup, smarting from last week's run rate defeat to Accrington, go to leaders Colne, who have four wins from five games.

As for Accrington, they have another tough job at home to second placed East Lancs, but are unlikely to be fazed following last week's victory.

Ramsbottom also had an Australian century-maker last Sunday as Jason Arnberger smashed 105 against Colne.

However, it wasn't enough to prevent Colne winning and reaching the league's summit, so Ramsbottom will be hoping to bounce back at Nelson tomorrow.

Haslingden and Church will both be looking to lever themselves out of mid-table obscurity when they clash at Bentgate, while in-form Burnley host Todmorden.

Rishton will be searching for their first win of the season and hoping to end their run of five defeats in five at home to Enfield.

Tomorrow's games: Accrington v East Lancs, Bacup v Colne, Haslingden v Church, Lowerhouse v Rawtenstall, Nelson v Ramsbottom, Rishton v Enfield, Todmorden v Burnley.