A LARGELY youthful Warrington Town side looks set for action in the Cheshire Senior Cup this evening – with one key exception.

Mark Beesley’s side travel to the Wirral to take on North West Counties League outfit Ashville for a place in the quarter-finals having won at Cammell Laird in the previous round.

Front-line first-team players are set to be kept back ahead of National League North leaders Tamworth’s visit to Cantilever Park at the weekend, but experienced midfielder Jay Harris could see some action.

After Saturday’s defeat at Scunthorpe United, Beesley confirmed Harris was in contention to feature for the first time this season as he completes his recovery from the groin injury he suffered in pre-season.

The 36-year-old took a full part in the team's pre-match warm-up at Glanford Park and Beesley said his return to contention would be "a big boost" for what remains of the season.

“We’re looking at Jay getting a few minutes on Tuesday, which would be an outstanding boost for us,” the Town boss said.

“We’ve missed him, both his leadership and his ability because he’s an outstanding player.

“To have Jay to call upon for the second half of the season is a big boost for us.”

Midfielder Sam Gill – a goalscorer in the last round – and goalkeeper George Goudie are among the youngsters who look set to feature, with members of the club’s league-leading under 21s side also in contention.

Tonight’s game kicks off at 7.45pm.