WARRINGTON Town’s trip to Consett AFC on Saturday, kick off 3pm, has “all the ingredients” for an FA Cup upset.

However, Yellows boss Paul Carden is confident his side will not be on the end of a shock result when they travel to County Durham.

Town were paired with Consett – who ply their trade two divisions below them in Division One of the Northern League – for a second qualifying round clash.

Their opponents are in red-hot form and sit top of their league with a 100 per cent record.

Indeed, their only defeat of the campaign so far was to Bridlington Town in the FA Vase on Saturday.

Carden called the game “a banana skin” but believes his side will have too much for their hosts should they keep up their excellent recent form.

“We’ve had them watched a couple of times. We know they are very competitive in their league and that they score a lot of goals,” he told the Guardian.

“They play on 3G, so they are used to their own surface. There’s tight stands next to the pitch and their fans are vociferous to say the least.

“It’s another tough opponent for us, even though they are a couple of leagues down.

“The league they are in is notorious for producing good teams and having good players.

“It is a banana skin. It’s a tough away game with a long journey.

“It’s got all the ingredients for it, but we’ve got to make sure we do all we can do to win the game.

“If we can produce the form we’ve shown of late, I’m confident we can get the right result.”

Yellows got to this stage by beating Burscough 4-0 in the last round, while Saturday will be Consett's fourth FA Cup tie of the season.

They have beaten North Shields, Seaham Red Star and Congleton Town to book their clash with Carden's side.

Warrington could make the trip east short on numbers in attack, with Richard Brodie confirmed to have left the club and Tony Gray doubtful with a hamstring injury.

However, Carden looks set to be boosted by the return of left-back Adam Hughes from his own hamstring issue.