WITH things having taken a positive turn away from home, Mark Beesley wants his Warrington Town side to bring their form on the road back to Cantilever Park.

Saturday’s 3-1 win at Gloucester City made it back-to-back away victories for Yellows and on the whole, only three teams including league leaders Tamworth can better their tally of 13 points gained from away fixtures in the National League North this season.

However, home comforts have been harder to come by with Town having won just twice on their own turf in all competitions.

With back-to-back home fixtures coming up – they welcome Rushall Olympic on Saturday before an FA Trophy clash with Blyth Spartans next weekend – there is plenty of opportunity to change that.

In order to start the process, however, they will be tasked with keeping the division’s leading goalscorer quiet in the shape of Rushall’s Danny Waldron, who has 11 strikes so far this season.

“We need to perform better than we did last week and our home form has been a bit up and down,” Beesley said, referencing the 1-0 loss to Peterborough Sports in their last home fixture.

“We’ve had some great performances – the game against South Shields not too long ago was outstanding, but we let ourselves down last week.

“It’s up to us now, we’ll have a good week in training and get ourselves ready.

“Every game is tough – Rushall are scoring goals and have the form striker in the league, so it’s going to be a really tough game.”

Despite struggling at home, Town sit impressively in 13th place – just a point shy of the play-off spots and perhaps more pertinently, five clear of relegation danger.

Now, Beesley is targeting back-to-back league wins for the first time since August.

“Overall, we’ve been happy with our performances with a couple of anomalies like Banbury and maybe the second half last week,” he said.

“On the whole, we’ve performed really well for the first 16 games at this level.

“Obviously we can do better and we always say we’d like to have more points.

“It’s little things like back-to-back wins that we now need to target – that’s the next one.”

Town were originally scheduled for three home games in the next week, with Scarborough Athletic slated to visit on Tuesday night.

However, that fixture will have to be rearranged due to the Seadogs’ involvement in an FA Cup first round replay against Forest Green Rovers that night.