WARRINGTON Town are tasked with taking down “the biggest club in their division” in the FA Cup second qualifying round today.

That is the view of boss Paul Carden, who takes his side to Broadhurst Park to face FC United of Manchester this afternoon.

Both had to come through replays to reach this stage – Yellows beat City of Liverpool while FC saw off Atherton Collieries.

With the benefit of having a free midweek to prepare after Monday’s scheduled Integro League Cup trip to Kidsgrove Athletic was postponed, Carden is hopeful of having more options available to him.

However, he insists his side will have to put in a much-improved display to the one they put in during Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Radcliffe.

“If FC watched us at Radcliffe, they won’t be fearing us,” he said.

“It’s a real good game. They are probably the biggest club in the division.

“I think they’ve turned after a difficult start. We’ve had them watched and they’re playing with confidence.

“It’s going to be another tough game – their fans will be right up for it and their players will be too.

“The midweek off came at a decent time for us. It gave players a chance to not miss more games as a lot have missed too many already

“If you look at our bench at Radcliffe, we had two full-backs and three central midfielders. Attacking wise, it didn’t give us a lot of options for change.

“If we get people back, we’re strong.”

Whatever the result on Saturday, FC United will travel to Cantilever Park to face Yellows on Tuesday night.

If Saturday’s game finishes level, the match will be an FA Cup replay but if there is a result either way, the scheduled BetVictor Northern Premier Division clash between the sides will take place.