Nailsea Town boss warns against complacency
NAILSEA Town manager Dave Payne has warned his in-form side against complacency when they go to Creech North Curry in the Somerset Senior Cup tomorrow.
Payne, who has seen his side win their last three matches, make the trip to Taunton to face the Division Two West side, who have yet to win a league game this season.
They caused a major upset in the last round with a 2-1 success over Ashton & Backwell and Payne said: "That was a big surprise to me.
"I don't know whether Backwell had an off day or what, but that result suggests we can't take them lightly.
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"We haven't got a great record in the cups, so it would be nice to have a little run. If you get knocked out early, you sometimes end up going with a game for two or three weeks during November and December and that doesn't help you at all."
Payne welcomes midfielder George Martin and striker Liam Knight back to the squad after injury, but George Martin (hamstring) misses out.
Nailsea United will need to overcome the challenge of unbeaten league leaders Berrow if they are to progress to round three.
Mike Rowcliffe and Ellis Wilmot return to an otherwise unchanged squad from the one that won 4-1 at Clevedon United last weekend.
Stockwood Green boss Paul Beacham is expected to hand a debut to former Saltford goalkeeper Jez Hare for tomorrow's clash with Glastonbury Town. Striker Daniel Jones also returns to the squad, but defender Stuart Oppery is absent.
Cutters Friday boss Neil Soper is pleased with the progress his side have made since crashing out of the Somerset Premier Cup at Middlezoy Rovers last month.
Soper watched his side claim a 3-2 victory at Langford Rovers last weekend, and he said: "We played really well to beat a very good Langford side."
Soper takes his side to Ilminster Town tomorrow.
Shirehampton host Bridgwater Town Reserves.