Marine travel to 1874 Northwich looking to continue their run of form in the Northern Premier League West.
Their win over Glossop North End made it three wins in a week after victories over Prescot Cables, Dunston in the FA Cup and Glossop North End earlier this week.
Northwich have won two games this season but haven’t registered three points in their last two outings.
The Mariners, with a game in hand, sit four points off the league-leaders Workington.
But for Neil Young he insists that there is no easy game in the league and despite the league position, his side are taking it ‘game-by-game’.
“There’s no easy games at all,” Young told Off The Park. “They’re a good footballing side, try and play out from the back. There’s no easy games you seen it [against Glossop] we just go there as we always do.
“We just look at every game as it is and look at it in isolation, we don’t go on about what they done, what haven’t done, the games they’ve won or lost we just prepare ourselves for what we know and that’s all we can do.
“Game by game, try win a game of football.
“Doesn’t matter how you get there or how you do it, you’ve got to try and win a game of football. If you look at the top teams, it’s very tight up there not losing many games so we’ve got to make sure we stay in there, try win the next one and if you keep that mentality then hopefully we won’t be too far away.
“I think the most pleasing thing from day one is we’ve used all the players in the squad. Not afraid to use them, we’re still evolving we still have a lot to do in improving.
“That will happen with consistency of players, we haven’t seen Josh Solomon-Davies who is a big part of our attacking threat last year. I think once we get down to one day a week, we can do more training rather than recovery one day a week, I think we’ll improve.