Moneyfields are intent on exacting revenge when they host GE Hamble in the Hampshire Senior Cup at Dover Road tonight (7.45pm).
Moneys lost 2-1 at home in only their third game of the season against tonight’s visitors and are desperate to avoid a similar result.
‘We have already lost once to them at home this season and don’t want a repeat,’ said Moneyfields manager Miles Rutherford.
‘Though we are second in the league, we have not been at our best.
‘I am still waiting for the team to click.
‘We are keen to get playing again after having our game postponed at the weekend.’
Striker Warren Hunt is doubtful because of work commitments, while Sean Wain serves a one-match suspension.
Defender Sean Kerridge returns after a spell out of the game.
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n Hayling United manager Steve Poulton is demanding a big improvement as his team entertain Bournemouth Poppies in the cup at Hayling College (7.45pm).
The Humbugs showed little interest in the 4-0 home defeat by Alresford.
‘We have beaten Bournemouth 6-4 already this season in probably our best performance,’ said Poulton.
‘It is important we get back to that standard.’
Poulton is boosted by the return of midfielder Aaron Kinchen and full-back Gary Luff.
n FA Cup heroes Fareham Town are hungry for more knockout success as they take on Fawley at Cams Alders (7.45pm).
‘The club is buzzing after our FA Cup win against Christchurch and we want to keep it going,’ said Reds boss Matt Parr.
‘There is terrific competition for places, so a few fringe players will get their chance.
‘Fawley are a good footballing side and it should be an excellent contest.’
The home side have three strikers – Graham Lindsey, Ash Tattersall and Rob Tambling – available again after injury who will boost Parr’s striking options.