NON-LEAGUE: St Ives Town bid to reach final; St Neots Town bid to pull further clear of relegation trouble; Godmanchester Rovers bid to keep on scoring
Manager Ricky Marheineke hopes it will be third time lucky for St Ives Town tonight.
Saints entertain lower-level Aylesbury United in a Southern League Challenge Cup semi-final at ProEdge Westwood Road, 7.45pm.
The last-four tie has been postponed on the last two Tuesdays, but it’s all systems go for tonight as Marheineke’s men big to secure their passage into a showpiece against Hayes & Yeading.
“It’s our last chance of silverware this season - and it is one we are determined to take,” said Marheineke. “But it will be far from an easy game.”
St Neots Town can face a tough Southern League Premier Division test tonight.
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Matt Clements’ side welcome third-placed Slough Town to the Premier Plus Stadium for a re-arranged clash.
Saints will aim to continue the improved recent form which has carried them six points clear of the relegation zone.
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“We’re in much better form now,” said Clements. “But we’re still underdogs tonight.
“Slough are third in the table for a reason, but we’ve showed that we can be competitive against top teams lately.
“We need to focus on maintaining the levels of performance that have allowed us to pick up some good results lately.”
Godmanchester Rovers are also in action tonight.
Chris Hyem’s men entertain Saffron Walden in a Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division clash at the David Wilson Homes Ground.
And player-boss Hyem will hope the goals continue to flow after a 7-1 weekend destruction of rock-bottom Swaffham which featured a five-goal haul from Jordan Brockett.