The two sides met at the MRG earlier in the season, with a brilliant team performace from Town ensured all three points on a cold November afternoon as goals from Paul Turner (2), Richie Allen and Tom Ince secured a 4-1 win.
Sitting third in the table on goal difference, Breck come into the game on the back of a 4-1 win at Cleator Moor Celtic last weekend.
The Merseyside club will be looking to continue their great home form on Saturday, having not lost a league game at the Anfield Sports Community Centre since the opening day of the season.
Town make their second trip to Liverpool in the space of a week, and will hope to improve on the draw picked up away at AFC Liverpool last weekend.
Jay Hart scored Town’s only goal of the game last weekend, going ahead before a penalty in the final minutes of the game gave AFC Liverpool their equaliser.
As we approach the closing stages of the season, Town sit top of the table, currently eight points of second placed AVRO, who have two games in hand.
Getting to the Anfield Sports Community Centre
Postcode: L6 0AG
From the North, join the M62 to the end at then turn right onto Queens Drive. After 1.5 miles turn left onto Mill Bank, then after 0.5 miles turn right onto Lower Breck Road. The ground is on your right.
From the North, join the A580 East Lancs Road. 2.5 miles after you pass the M57, bear left onto Townsend Road then after 1.3 miles turn left onto Lower Breck Road. The ground is on your left.
Under 16s: Free
Lower Breck will also be hosting local charity Love, Jasmine, which supports family members affected by the loss of a child, as well as MerseyBrook Let’s Talk About Period Poverty Campaign.
Both will be collecting for their worthy causes, so please give generously if you are able.
Kick off is scheduled for 3pm, if you’ve no plans on Saturday, the lads would appreciate your support!