THERE is no let-up for Warrington Town as they prepare for the first of this week’s two lengthy away trips tonight.

Mark Beesley’s men will certainly clock up the miles this week – they head to Scarborough Athletic on Good Friday but first, they travel south this evening to face Peterborough Sports.

While the Scarborough game was always on the schedule, tonight’s game is a rearranged fixture after the hosts’ progress to the FA Trophy quarter-finals put paid to the original date of Saturday, March 9.

Those two trips form the backbone of a hellishly tough schedule of four games in nine days for Town – a run which started with a 2-0 defeat to Scunthorpe United at Cantilever Park on Saturday.

With injuries still prevalent in an already-small squad, Beesley says they have no choice but to roll up their sleeves and stick to task as they look to finish the season positively – they go into tonight’s game sitting 13th in the National League North table.

Skipper Josh Amis and left-back Andy White played through the pain barrier on Saturday, Matty Grivosti and Tom Hannigan were not fit to come on despite being named on the bench and on-loan Preston man Kacper Pasiek sustained an ankle injury in training on Tuesday.

All five will be assessed ahead of tonight’s game.

“It’s going to be really tough as we’ve got injuries from today,” Beesley said following the Scunthorpe game.

“Josh Amis probably shouldn’t have played and it’s the same with Andy White, and Tom Hannigan has been sick.

“These are things we just have to cope with – it’s part of it.

“We’re in a really good league and every game is a tough one, so we have to dust ourselves down and be ready for Tuesday.”

Midfielder Jay Harris has a three-match ban looming having been sent off for a dangerous tackle on Saturday but owing to the “seven-day rule” that applies to suspensions in non-league, he will be available for tonight and Friday.

The arrival of Dubem Eze – a versatile youngster who can cover several positions in midfield and attack – on loan from Norwich City will provide some relief. He made his Town debut off the bench on Saturday.

“He’s someone who has been recommended to us,” Beesley said of his newest signing.

“He’s moved up north in order to join another club up here, so we’ve had our eye on him for a while.

“It’s taken a bit of time to get him in but with Jay’s suspension coming up, he’ll help us in those areas.”

Peterborough were victorious in the reverse fixture, winning 1-0 at Cantilever Park in October, but have struggled more recently and are winless in their last five National League North games.