WARRINGTON Town’s bid to continue their upturn in form brings them back to Cantilever Park tonight.

The first of two National League North home fixtures this week sees them host Farsley Celtic as they bid to make it back-to-back wins and extend their unbeaten run to five league games.

In theory at least, Town will be full of confidence having thrashed Bishop’s Stortford 4-1 on Saturday to climb to 11th in the table, just a point shy of the play-off places and more pertinently, seven clear of relegation trouble.

They are now due to face a side currently above them in the table until their visit to Scunthorpe United on November 25 and while that may present a chance for them to kick on in theory, manager Mark Beesley has warned against getting carried away particularly as they continue to be hampered by injuries.

“Because we’ve got such a small squad, we’ve just got to take it one game at a time,” he said.

“We picked up a few little niggles from Saturday, which is tough for us at the moment.

“To have a three-game week at the minute is tough, but we’ve got to face it head-on and we will.

“We’ve done the first part – coming on our longest away journey and getting three points is great – but we’ve now got to make sure we’re ready for these two home games.”

Town will have full-back Andy White available again after he completed a one-match ban for his red card against South Shields earlier this month.

However, defender Evan Gumbs (hernia) and midfielders Jay Harris (groin) and Matty McDonald (knee) remain on the sidelines.

Tonight’s opponents Farsley may sit 17th in the table but their record on the road is an impressive one having won four of their six away league matches this season.

Indeed, only league leaders Tamworth (14) can beat the Yorkshiremen’s tally of 12 points gained on the road this season.

Their struggles have come at home, including a 4-1 defeat to Brackley Town at the weekend that saw them trail 3-0 inside the opening 17 minutes.

As such, player-manager Clayton Donaldson wants to see a reaction when his side visit WA4.

“I can’t wait. It’s a good time to put things right," he told Farsley's official YouTube channel.

"After you’ve suffered a heavy defeat you want the next game to come quickly.

“We had a word with all the players after the game and make no mistakes, they all know how I feel about it and I want to see a reaction on Tuesday.”

Kick off at Cantilever Park is at 7.45pm.