North Leigh manager Mark Gee hopes to use some inside knowledge to bring his side a victory away to Cinderford in the preliminary round on Saturday.

Last weekend, Abingdon United beat Cinderford 4-3 in the league and Gee is hoping to get some tips from their local rivals on the Gloucestershire side.

Gee said: “Terry Merriman (his assistant) spoke to Abingdon in the week and we will be putting our heads together before the game.”

Striker Andy Caton is set to return after injury, though North Leigh are still without frontman Andy McCabe (concussion) and Karl Dodds (honeymoon) as they seek their first victory of the campaign.

Midfielder Brian Bowles, their new signing from Swindon Supermarine is cup-tied.

Gee added: “The fact that Cinderford are in the same league is irrelevant, because we will both be going all-out for a win.

“We’re not going to win the cup, so we want to make as much money as we can. Paulton did very well when they pulled Norwich out of the hat in the later rounds.”

Abingdon United report no injury worries as they look to make it four wins in a row when they travel to league rivals Mangotsfield.

Hellenic League side Witney United face a trip to Southern League side Thatcham.

Saturday's squads

North Leigh (v Cinderford, away): from Lonsdale, Hutter, Collins, Posey, Huxley, Hole, Burnell, Clarke, Saunders, Reardon, Sanders, Smalldon, Taylor, Caton, Barratt.

Abingdon Utd (v Mangotsfield, away): from Beames, Carnell, Organ, Peirson, Franklin, Davis, Harper, McMahon, Melledew, Mills, Odhiambo, Horsell, Elkins, Gardner, Younie, Tucker.