The sat navs are set for Scunthorpe as AFC Emley aim to end their best-ever season with a promotion party.

The Huddersfield side head for Bottesford Town for the first Northern Counties East League First Division play-off final on Saturday.

It’s a third trip of the season to Birch Park for Emley, who finished fourth, the highest position in their 10 years of league membership.

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Darren Hepworth’s side lost 4-2 there in the league in August (and 3-2 at home to Bottesford earlier this month).

But they won 3-2 in the third round of the League Cup in December, and are now targeting another knockout success.

Emley made the big final by beating neighbours Penistone Church 1-0 in Tuesday’s semi.

Bottesford, who have home advantage because of their third-placed league finish, defeated Hallam 2-0 on Wednesday.

The Lincolnshire side have experience in the form of former Scunthorpe United trio Lee Ridley, Wayne Graves and Terry Barwick.

Between them, they played more than 400 matches for the Glanford Park club.

Emley have the penalty-area threat of 73-goal striker Ashley Flynn.

And Kieran Ryan, who came up with the late winner against Penistone, has 23 to his name.