GUISELEY'S fixture against AFC Fylde will not go ahead as they wait to see how the league's resolution vote plans out.

With the fortnight suspension expiring today, Russ O'Neill and Marcus Bignot's side were due to travel to Mill Farm tomorrow afternoon.

But that will no longer be the case after the Lions did not take up Fylde's offer of free Covid-19 testing, instead favouring against playing until a conclusion on their campaign's outcome is made.

Guiseley's statement read:"Following discussions with AFC Fylde and the National League this week, we can confirm that we will not be taking part in tomorrow’s scheduled fixture away at Mill Farm.

"Although we appreciate AFC Fylde’s offer to provide Covid testing for our players and staff, we feel that the vote against the league's resolution and the exact details around any financial support need clarification before we can participate in further fixtures.

"Carrying on playing whilst incurring further costs and exposing our staff, players and volunteers to potential risk for a season that could be null and voided in the next 24 days is irrational and unreasonable.

"We hope to hear the results of the vote as soon as possible and implore our counterparts to vote as soon as they can."