Bradford Park Avenue take on Farsley Celtic in the semi-final of the West Riding County Cup next Monday, and the club are offering discounted admission for supporters.

Entry has been reduced from regular league prices for the match on February 20, with admission to the tie now costing £7 for adults and £5 for concessions, while under-18s remain at £2.

Celtic will arrive at the Horsfall Stadium with a number of familiar faces, including former Avenue manager John Deacey, now joint-manager at Farsley, and popular former players such as Richard Marshall and Alex Davidson.

The winner of Monday night’s semi-final will go on to face Tadcaster Albion in the final at Bradford City’s Valley Parade, after they defeated Brighouse Town.

Mike Fish had put the hosts in front at half time, but second half goals from Josh Barrett and Carl Stewart turned the game around against their NPL First Division North counterparts.