Bradford Park Avenue will be hoping to secure their third win on the trot in the UniBond Premier when struggling Bamber Bridge visit Horsfall Stadium tonight.

Trevor Storton's men were in confident mood following Saturday's 3-1 home victory over mid-table rivals Runcorn. The win took them through the 30-point barrier for the season and lifted them to 16th in the table - a new high for the club.

Avenue could rise another three places with a win tonight.

This Saturday they have a diversion from the Premier when they host Blyth Spartans in the League Challenge Cup quarter-finals.

The boss has warned his players against complacency in tonight's game as Bamber Bridge's recent problems have been well documented. The Lancashire outfit lost their manager Jimmy Willis to cost-cutting this week.

They are in a relegation play-off place at the moment, third from the foot of the table, and Willis was their second manager of the campaign. Reserve team boss Paul Byrom has stepped into the breach.

Following Saturday's excellent win, Avenue manager Storton is able to name an unchanged squad.

"We had no injuries in the Runcorn game and we have managed to avoid any suspensions lately which is a blessing for a small squad," said Storton.

"It could be that we go into the game with an unchanged side but we will delay the final team selection until just before the kick off.."

Bradford Park Avenue (from); Montgomery, Hayward, James, Wharton, Stansfield, Thompson, Hancock, Richards, Potter, Maxwell, Calcutt, Quinn, Benn, O'Brien, Lindley.