Workington Reds are raring to go for their return to Borough Park tomorrow when they host ninth-placed Prescot Cables in another big NPL North West Division clash.

The league leaders welcome the Knowsley-based side to West Cumbria tomorrow (3pm kick-off) looking to maintain their unbeaten home league record and make it back-to-back wins, with assistant manager Steve Rudd admitting the players are itching for the fixtures to come thick and fast while they are on a roll.

“At the moment the games can’t come quick enough,” he said.

“When you’re on a good run that’s the way it is and you just want the next game, then the next one.

“We want to get to Christmas with the run intact so we’re looking forward to Saturday.”

It has been another full week of preparation for Reds after Tuesday night’s Integro League Cup second-round tie against Mossley was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

And staff, players and fans will have fingers crossed that this time the weather favours them and they can entertain another big home crowd, three weeks after their last home action against Farsley Celtic in the FA Trophy.

Rudd added: “Our home record has been excellent.

“We’ve been unbeaten in the league at home and only drawn two.

“That’s our bread and butter.

“If we want to be successful, it’s got to be a horrible place for teams to come to; somewhere they don’t think they’re going to come and get anything.”

Manager Danny Grainger will have again have a squad at his disposal which is almost at full strength, with only Ash Kelly a long-term injury concern.

Young loanee Taylor Charters could see his first action in a Reds shirt after he was denied the chance to make his debut last weekend when parent club Carlisle United attempted to recall him on the eve of the trip to Ossett United.

Rudd was hopeful that that situation would be resolved in time for him to be available tomorrow.