Lowe calls for consistency

Photograph by James Hedley

Tuesday’s match is sponsored by First Time Buyer Solutions

By Tom Swallow

After Saturday’s 2-0 win over Boston United, Guiseley¬†are back in action on Tuesday night with the visit of local rivals Bradford Park Avenue to Nethermoor.

Wayne Brooksby and Adam Boyes got the Lions back to winning ways at the weekend, as Mark Bower’s side made amends for their 5-1 defeat at York Street, with Danny Lowe now calling for consistency ahead of the West Yorkshire derby in midweek.

“It’s another important game and we take the win against Boston into that as we need to add consistency into the way that we play,” he told Tom Feaheny.

“It’s good to beat teams that are around us and we need to put in a good run toward the end of the season – something we can start to do on Tuesday.

“We knew why we lost to Boston last time around and there was an element of us wanting to put it right. It was really important for us because we wanted to prove to everyone, including ourselves, that we could put in the level of performance that we did against Boston.

Our near neighbours come into the game off the back of a 1-1 draw with Lowestoft Town at the weekend and will be looking to move out of the relegation zone when they make the short trip to Nethermoor.

With two wins and a draw from their last five games, Avenue are in solid form and will likely name familiar faces including Simon Ainge and Chib Chilaka in their ranks, with the latter boasting ten goals in all competitions so far this term.