TITLE-CHALLENGING Chorley will look to extend their club record winning run tomorrow with victory at home to Ilkeston.

An 11th straight win for Garry Flitcroft’s side could send them top of the Evo-Stik League Premier Division.

The Magpies sit second one point behind leaders Skelmersdale United, who entertain play-off hopefuls King’s Lynn.

Out-of-form Padiham continue life without Steve Cunningham when they welcome New Mills to the Arbories Memorial Sports Ground for a First Division North encounter.

Assistant manager Cunningham left to take over Colne earlier this month and Padiham boss Steve Wilkes moved quickly to appoint Daniel Craig as his new number two.

Wilkes said: “I’ve told Steve that if I can help him in any way in the future he knows where I am.

“As for the future at Padiham, I am excited and confident that Danny Craig will make an excellent assistant manager and I look forward to working closely with him.”

Rapidly improving Clitheroe will look to make it seven league wins in nine games when they host struggling Radcliffe Borough.

Clitheroe’s superb form has taken them up to seventh.

Ramsbottom United resume their league campaign – after three straight cup matches – at home to Burscough.

Cunningham will attempt to record his first victory since taking over the Colne reins when his side host Congleton Town in the North West Counties League Premier Division.

Cunningham has signed Michael Cruz and Jonathan Hodgkinson.

Bacup & Rossendale Borough and Barnoldswick Town are away. Borough make their way to Norton United while Barnoldswick head to Bootle.

AFC Darwen are at home to Cheadle Town and Nelson are at home to Irlam in the First Division Challenge Cup second round.

Darwen progressed to the quarter-finals of the Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy after a penalty shoot-out success over Burscough at the Anchor Ground.

The game ended 0-0 before Darwen, who play two divisions below, won the shoot-out 5-4.