WARRINGTON Town look set to take a near fully-fit squad to Stafford Rangers on Saturday.

Ben Garrity looks set to be the only player unavailable to boss Paul Carden as he serves a one-match ban for his sending-off against Rangers two weeks ago.

Jack Dunn and Tony Gray are likely to be involved after recovering from hamstring injuries, while Josh Amis is set to play a much fuller part following a groin problem.

Yellows saw their home game against Whitby Town postponed on Saturday but Carden says that may have been a godsend as it allowed players carrying knocks to get themselves in better condition while others kept themselves ticking over.

“The more good players we have available, the better. It’s down to me to earn my money and make sure I get it right,” Carden said.

“It gives the team more confidence when you have the likes of Jack Dunn and Tony Gray in the team, as well as people like Bohan Dixon, Josh Amis, Dylan Vassallo and Jack Mackreth.

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Top scorer Tony Gray is set to return to the Warrington Town side at Stafford Rangers tomorrow. Picture by John Hopkins

“You never want to have games called off but we were nursing a couple of injuries, so it’s not always a bad thing.

“It gives them a bit longer to recover and have a bit of confidence in their injury being 100 per cent.

“The lads have programmes that we’ve given them. With the conditions, we probably had more chance of risking an injury by fitting an extra training session in.

“They’re good lads and we trust them with the work they do away from us.

“They take pride in their fitness so we can leave them to their own devices on that front.”

Stafford provided the opposition for Town’s last game and left Cantilever Park with a 3-2 victory as Garrity’s early red card proved costly for Carden’s men.

With Town still trailing league leaders Farsley Celtic by two points, Carden wants his players to put the result right.

“Stafford are fresh in our memories and we know it’s going to be difficult.

“I believe the pitch there is difficult as well so we’ve got more than one obstacle to win the game.

“We have to put the result right and keep ourselves in the mix.”

Kick off on Saturday is at 3pm