BRIDGWATER Town are looking to spring an FA Cup surprise tomorrow as they take on Southern League outfit Bristol Manor Farm in the first qualifying round.

The Robins go into the match in good form having won their last four matches in all competitions, including a 7-0 win over Brislington in the last round of the FA Cup .

They then defeated Western League Premier Division title favourites Plymouth Parkway 2-0 last weekend in a match co-manager Dave Pearse described as "like a Southern League game."

Manor Farm have five points from four games in the Bet Victor Southern League Division One South, one league above Bridgwater.

Pearse said: "We needed the win against Parkway to set us up for this game and it's an exciting challenge.

"They will be favourites, being in a higher division, so there is no pressure on us.

"The Cup is important financially and this is a good test to see how far we have come.

"We need to keep the momentum going as come September and October there are a lot of midweek games."

Ross McErlain is not back to full fitness but is expected to be in the squad, while Pearse went on to praise the squad depth Town have on offer.

"Mark Armstrong didn't even start against Parkway and he's club captain - the depth in our squad is impressive," he said.

"We then have two youngsters, in Pat O'Halloran and Fin Wilkinson, who don't look out of place at all."

Tomorrow's match begins at 3pm at Fairfax Park and the victors will net £4,500.

Middlezoy Rovers are also in cup action, hosting Division 3 side Bishops Lydeard Reserves in the Somerset Senior Cup (2pm).