FARSLEY Celtic have their fate back in their own hands, and a home game in which to seal it as they face neighbours Ossett Town in a play-off final.

The prize for the winner-takes-all season-ender is promotion to the Evo-Stik League Premier Division.

Farsley looked set to land the Division One North title as the campaign entered its final furlong but were pipped at the post, missing out to Lancaster City by a point.

On the last day of the regular season, the Celts knew that even a win would not guarantee them promotion.

That certainty had been wrestled away from them by a 2-0 home defeat to Ossett Town on Easter Monday.

The Celts picked themselves up, won their last game and the play-off semi-final against Colne on Tuesday, and now know that a victory this weekend will see them start a division higher next term.

Farsley midfielder Ross Daly said: “A couple of results cost us at the end of the season, so it’s not just a case of us getting our own back on Ossett Town.

“That was just one match in a 62-game season and all of that comes down to just one game now, but there probably is a bit of that revenge about this game because they beat us twice this season.

“Football is all about fine margins, and Town's manager Grant Black has set up well against us in the two games.

"He’s a good manager and they have good players but I’d like to think that we’ve learned something from that loss at home just a couple of weeks ago.

“Our goal at the start of the season was promotion. It’s going to have to be the hard way through the play-offs but if we do it, it will have been a very successful season for us.”

The Toolstation Northern Counties East League top tier also culminates on Saturday, and Thackley are guaranteed a top-five finish after a very positive season.

The Dennyboys travel to mid-table Worksop Town.

Albion Sports make the short trip to Harrogate Railway Athletic.

The hosts are fourth from bottom but are four points clear of the drop zone as eighth-placed Albion look to stay ahead of the two clubs within one point of them.

Liversedge are looking for a positive result to stay in the top half of the table as they host basement outfit Retford United.

The only incentive for already-relegated Retford is that they could end the season second from bottom if they better Armthorpe Welfare’s result.

Silsden are guaranteed a top-half finish in Division One of the Hallmark Security League as they go into their final game of the season.

The Cobbydalers host mid-table rivals Cheadle Town, who are four points worse off.