Workington Reds hope to carry their league form into the FA Trophy this weekend when they travel to Pontefract Collieries for a second round qualifying clash (3pm kick-off).

Boss Danny Grainger will take his side to West Yorkshire this afternoon looking to build on three straight wins in the Northern Premier League's North West Division.

Speaking to Reds' official website, he said: “It’s always nice to have a change of scenery, a different focus.

“We’ve always said our bread and butter is to win the league and get promoted.

"If we get a good cup run in there with some rotation then I’d be more than happy."

And Grainger has also been handed a fitness boost by the return of Jordan Little, who is set to be involved in the squad.

However, captain Conor Tinnion was said to be "touch and go" and Robbie Hebson will miss out, the manager confirmed.

Last season Reds reached the third round qualifying, losing out to Farsley Celtic.