AFC Liverpool manager Chris Anderson has praised Avro and acknowledges that they will be a hard team to break down.
The two meet on Saturday with AFC looking to continue their winning run but despite the records showing wins, improvement is still needed, Anderson believes.
They came from two goals down to beat Padiham in the FA Cup last week and this time round should they fall in that position again Anderson insists the Greater Manchester side won’t be so forgiving.
AFC will be looking to make it two league wins in as many games after coming from behind to beat Vauxhall Motors on the opening day.
He told Off The Park: “Avro are a good side, organised, difficult to break down they’ll be a very, very good side.
“We have to be at our very best, I think if we were to go two down, Avro wouldn’t be a type of team to concede the two or three goals to get back in it.
“We have to be on it, more teams than not you’d like to compete, it’s not going to be an easy game.
“They already know, we spoke about it after the game and training they know that the levels weren’t were they need to be. If they score, they won’t allow us to get back in the game.
“The games are coming thick and fast, big big games we’re going to have to be at our best to get anything out of them.
“The boys know what they can do, what they have done out of 180 I think we’ve played okay in 90 of them.
“We can’t be a 45 minute team, we have to do it in the full 90 we know where we need to be, be ready and off we go.”