Marcus Bignot says a win for his Guiseley side this weekend will go some way to ensure their survival in the Vanarama National League North, the Telegraph & Argus report.

With four league games remaining, the Lions are fourth-from-bottom in the table on 37 points, four clear of the bottom three.

Guiseley host third-from-bottom Ashton United at Nethermoor on Saturday, followed by an Easter double header with clashes at Blyth Spartans on Good Friday, followed by a home date with Darlington on Easter Monday. Guiseley wrap up their season against Bignot’s former club Kidderminster Harriers on Saturday, April 27.

Guiseley will be looking for an upturn in form after they crashed to their 15th league loss of the season last weekend when they suffered a 2-0 defeat at Brackley Town.

Joint-manager Bignot said: “Everyone can do the maths now. If we win on Saturday we know how big the gap can be. A win would give us significant breathing space.

“A win on Saturday can go some way to defining where we will be next season in terms of what league we will be playing in. A loss is not the end of the world either, we will still be in the box seat.”

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