Warrington Town go in search of a fifth straight league win on Tuesday night as they visit the Yorkshire Coast to take on Whitby Town.
The Yellows haven’t tasted defeat in the league since October 11 and currently sit fourth in the Northern Premier League table, two points off top spot.
Their latest opponents struggled in the early weeks of the season but have turned their fortunes around thanks to a run of three victories in five matches in all competitions.
Isaac Buckley-Ricketts could feature as he continues to work his way back to full fitness following appendicitis.
Jordan Buckley (ankle) is still a few weeks away, but midfielder Bohan Dixon could be set to start after being an unused substitute on Saturday.
Despite picking up his fifth booking of the season last time out, Jay Harris is available to selection as his ban doesn’t kick in until Saturday’s game against Marske United.
Mark Beesley preview
Mark Beesley insists his side cannot afford to look too far ahead as they prepare for their trip to the Turnbull Ground.
“I don’t think you can think about the next game,” he said. “You’ve got to deal with what’s in front of you.
“Tuesday will be a tough game. It’s very difficult up there and they had a great win against Bamber Bridge recently.
“They’ve picked up in recent weeks, so it’ll be really tough.”
Tuesday’s Northern Premier League fixture at the Turnbull Ground kicks off at 7:45pm.
Match tickets, available to buy online and at the turnstiles, are priced as follows:
- Adults: £11
- Concessions: £7
- Under 18s: £3
- Under 16s (with accompanying adult): Free