OXFORD City will attempt to keep their fine Emirates FA Cup run going when they visit Weymouth tomorrow.

Victory would put them into the first round proper for the fourth season running – only the second time they have managed the feat.

David Oldfield’s men go into the game as the form side, having smashed 15 goals in five matches this season as strikers James Roberts and Harvey Bradbury have made strong starts.

But they will need to cause an upset to progress after being drawn away to a Vanarama National League outfit.

While Weymouth have found life tough after winning promotion via the play-offs in August, they did claim a first league win of the season last weekend.

Banbury United are also bidding to continue their run, at home to Bury Town.

The Puritans have not made the first round draw for 47 years and demand for tickets has been so high the club have had to warn fans not to buy from scammers.

There is an Oxfordshire derby in the Southern League Division One Central.

Wantage Town host Thame United, with both sides keen to follow up fine Buildbase FA Trophy successes last weekend.

After a midweek 2-2 draw with St Neots Town, North Leigh are again at Eynsham Park looking to claim a first league win of the season.

Mid-table Coleshill Town are the visitors.

Kidlington are the highest-placed of the local sides and could jump into the top-five with a home win against high-flying Bedworth United.

Didcot Town complete the programme, when they welcome Berkamsted.