PAUL Carden is expecting a “blood and thunder” clash when he takes his Warrington Town side to Marine tomorrow.

Yellows make the short trip to Crosby hoping to make it back-to-back Evo-Stik Premier Division wins following Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Hyde United.

Player movement between the two clubs has been a regular occurrence over the years, with current Town squad members Adam Hughes and Dominic Reid enjoying spells with Marine, who currently boast former Yellows such as Gerard Kinsella and Liam Hynes among their ranks.

Carden says the familiarity between players and coaches on both sides adds an extra layer to what he already expected to be a tasty affair.

“It’s going to be lively, isn’t it?” he said.

“It’s one of those games we’ll always look forward to because of how it’s going to be.

“It will be blood and thunder with a great pace about it.

“Their crowd can get quite volatile and into it, which is good.

“We have to show our quality and match it with work rate. If you we don’t put the two together, we won’t get anywhere.”

Ahead of the game, Yellows have confirmed that goalkeeper Charlie Albinson's loan spell from Blackburn Rovers has been extended by a further month.

The 22-year-old stopper has made five appearances for Carden's side since joining from the Championship outfit.

Town are in similar negotiations with Stockport County about keeping striker Jake Kirby at Cantilever Park – his loan deal expires after Saturday's game.

Goalkeeper Charlie Albinson will remain with Warrington Town for at least another month. Picture by John Hopkins