WARRINGTON Town’s next assignment sees them make one of their shorter away trips of the season.

Paul Carden’s side will be aiming for their third straight victory tomorrow as they travel to Cheshire neighbours Nantwich Town.

Having been alongside Town as perennial promotion challengers in recent years, the Dabbers have struggled for consistency this season and have lost four of their six home league games.

However, the latest signs indicate a slight upturn in form.

They are unbeaten in their past three games, including a 2-0 win at FC United of Manchester on Saturday, and have not conceded a goal in that time.

“It’s always a tough place to go,” Carden said.

“We always have good games against Nantwich and there are always goals in them.

“They’ve had a good win on Saturday at FC United, which is a great result no matter what.

“They’ve turned it a little bit and they’ve got too many good players not to, but we’re looking forward to it.”

Yellows will be boosted by the return of striker Josh Amis to the squad after he missed Saturday’s 3-0 win over Stalybridge Celtic through suspension.

Defender Matt Regan is also set to come back into contention but winger Jack Mackreth remains a doubt with a hamstring problem.

Midfielder Matty McDonald (hamstring) is still several weeks away from a return while defender Evan Gumbs continues to build his fitness on loan at Northern Premier League West Division side Runcorn Linnets.

Tomorrow’s game kicks off at 7.45pm.