THE prospect of facing the Evo-Stik Premier Division’s bottom side presents Warrington Town with an opportunity they must take, manager Paul Carden says.

Yellows – who sit fourth in the division – welcome North Ferriby United to Cantilever Park tomorrow, kick off 3pm, with the aim of recording their third victory in a row.

By contrast, their opponents are rooted to the foot of the table having won just twice all season and were beaten 5-0 by Yellows in the reverse fixture in September.

Despite all signs pointing towards a home banker, Carden insists nothing will be taken for granted by his side, who saw off another relegation-threatened side on Saturday as they won 2-0 at third-bottom Marine.

“We’re at home and we need to play well and keep doing what we’ve done in the past two games,” he said.

“We can’t take anything for granted with winning back-to-back.

“We have another really big game on Saturday and it represents another opportunity for us.

“It is a chance for us to get three points against a team we have already beaten. We must take that chance.”

Tomorrow will be Town’s final game before the Christmas period begins in earnest.

They were scheduled to travel to Workington on December 15, but that game is having to be rearranged as the Reds are in FA Trophy action that day.

That means Carden’s side will have a weekend without a fixture, but he believes the break is well-timed and will allow several members of his squad to recover from niggling injuries in time for the game against Buxton on December 22.

“Having that week off will help us,” he said.

“We have managed Jack Mackreth in the past couple of weeks. He’s been getting better and better but we’re still mindful of his condition.

“Tony Gray has been ill and Ben Garrity has a shoulder problem.

“It just gives us that little bit more time to get those guys right and make sure they are fully prepared for a busy Christmas period.”