PAUL Carden says his Warrington Town side must not approach Saturday’s FA Trophy trip to Wealdstone with any fear.

Victory in north west London would ensure Yellows’ progress to the quarter finals, matching their best ever run in the competition from the 1992-93 campaign.

Wealdstone boast a formidable home record in the National League South - only leaders Dartford have more home wins - but they will be highly aware that Yellows have already dumped two sides from higher divisions out of the tournament this season.

“We’ll go down there and set up like we always do; to get a win,” Yellows boss Carden said.

“I had a scout report done on Wealdstone from their game on Saturday. We’ve got a bit of information on them.

“I’ll be speaking to a few people I know from down south who have been to watch them a few times. We won’t have any actual footage, but plenty of information.

“We’ve come up against teams whose home records are up there, so it’s important we take our own form and strengths into the game.

“We can’t go in there fearing them. They are in the league above, it’s not like they are in the Premier League.

“That’s not being disrespectful, that’s just honest.

“We’ve beaten a team from the league above in this tournament and one from the league above that, as well as two teams from our league who are currently above us.

“We’re certainly not fearing anybody, that’s for sure.”

Skipper Jay McCarten will be missing for Town, but top scorer Jamie McDonald, strike partner Tony Gray and winger Devarn Green all look set to play a part at Grosvenor Vale.

Yellows also face the prospect of two games in as many days during next week.

Should the Wealdstone clash not be decided on Saturday, the tie will go to a replay at Cantilever Park on Tuesday.

If that is not the case, they will travel to Matlock Town in the Evo-Stik Premier Division.

Town’s Cheshire Senior Cup tie at Winsford United has also been rearranged for Wednesday evening after being postponed for a fourth time on Monday.

Carden says whichever game is played on Tuesday will take priority, meaning fringe players are likely to feature at Winsford.

“It just dilutes everything you’re trying to do,” he said.

“You want to do well in every competition, but this situation forces your hand and makes you decide what your priority is.

“The priority is the league and that’s where we have to divert most of our resources.”