Guiseley will find out on Saturday tea-time who they will face in the Blue Square Bet North play-off semi-finals.

The Lions, who are confir-med in second place, will be away in the first leg next Tuesday and home a week on Saturday, with the final on Sunday, May 12.

There are only two options for their opposition – FC Halifax Town, who host champions Chester tonight in their game in hand, or Lee Sinnott’s Altrincham, who are three points ahead of the Shaymen after defeating them 2-0 in midweek but have an inferior goal differ-ence (plus 43 compared to Halifax’s plus 49).

While Guiseley are at home to rock-bottom Hinck-ley United on Saturday, Halifax Town are at Staly-bridge Celtic, while Altrin-cham host Droylsden.

Guiseley manager Steve Kittrick confessed: “I am not too worried about who we play – there is too much said about that – but no-one will want us. Our plan is to get into the Conference, and hopefully we will get there.”

More immediately, Kittrick must decide what side to put out against Hinckley, who have had six of the ten points they have gained this season taken off them for failing to pay creditors and failing to fulfil a fixture.

The Lions boss said: “We are undecided whether to rest people on Saturday or get a bit of momentum. We will make that decision tonight at training.”

However, what he will be seeking is a more consistent performance over 90 minutes, after admitting: “We are a team of two halves at the moment. Players may have the play-offs on their minds.”