The Bulls rode out 1-0 victors against the Owls who had previously beaten the Holy Blues in a pre-season fixture one week prior. Trinity boss, Curtis Woodhouse, said he will be expecting a tough game against "a very well organised" side. "My saying of respect everybody but fear nobody is very apt going into tomorrow’s game," he said. "We will have to make sure we’re on point to progress; we have to match them physically and if we do, I think we can get a positive result."
Trinity fans can be excited by the prospect of new signing Jake Scott making his first start for the club during the Woodhouse era. Having previously had a spell at the Northolme, the midfielder was unable to make the squad for the opening day win of the 2020/21 PitchingIn Northern Premier League season.
The action will get underway at the Forest Town Arena from 7:45, with live commentary on Mixlr from kick-off. With all of tickets for the fixture on sale at the gate (maximum 300 capacity), be sure to arrive in plenty of time to avoid the disappointment of being turned away.