Easington could break into the top six on Tuesday night.

Easington Colliery travel to Tow Law Town on Tuesday night as the Colliers look to extend their two game winning run.

The Green Army claimed three points in a hard-fought game against Whickham on Saturday afternoon and will be looking to make it three consecutive wins.

Tow Law Town currently sit 13th in Northern League Division Two, six places and 13 points behind the Colliers.

Manager Paul Frame was pleased with the 2-1 win over Whickham but believes his side need to be on their game to beat Tow Law.

“Tow Law is a very tricky place to go,” said Frame. “It is a very exposed ground and a bit of a trip to get up there. We’ll hopefully have a strong squad making the trip but it is going to be tricky.”

Goals from Michael Bulmer and Aaron Croft helped the Colliers climb to seventh in the league on Saturday afternoon and a single point at Tow Law would lift the Green Army into the top six.

However, Frame is expecting a tough game.

“We know Tow Law are a good side on their day and they have some quality players such as Matty Moffatt.

“If we play like we did on Saturday, we should give them a very good game but we need to learn from the home game against them where we failed to break them down.”

Aidan Goodey could be in line for a return for the Colliers after a hamstring injury but Shane O’Brien will miss out.

Kick-off at Ironworks Road on Tuesday night is at 19:30.