OPPONENTS Farsley Celtic will arrive at Cantilever Park for today’s game with Warrington Town “full of beans,” Yellows boss Paul Carden has warned.

Farsley have also made a good start to the campaign having won the First Division North play-offs last season and sit just behind Yellows in third.

Their only defeat so far has been at the hands of league leaders Shaw Lane and they recovered from 3-0 and 4-2 down to record a 5-4 victory over Stalybridge Celtic on Tuesday night.

“We had Shaun Beeley do a report on them on Tuesday. They are certainly scoring plenty of goals.

“To come back as they did against Stalybridge when they were 3-0 and 4-2 down shows character.

“They will come here in a good place and full of beans but I’m confident in my lads.”

Yellows are carrying a few injuries ahead of the game, including striker Josh Hine, who is struggling with an ankle knock.

Skipper Jay McCarten (hip) and defender Liam Goulding (knee) also have problems but Carden thinks both will be fit to play today.

“Josh got a kick to his ankle in the Lancaster game a few weeks back. It’s very sore and he’s been struggling with it,” he said.

“We’ve had it scanned and there’s no break, just a very heavy bang.

“Jay McCarten took a bang to his hip at Workington and Liam Goulding has a knee problem, but I don’t envisage them missing the game.”