WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham insists his side have nothing to fear from their FA Cup extra preliminary round replay at Highworth Town tonight (Wednesday, 7.45pm).

The original tie finished 3-3 at Stag Meadow on Saturday as 10-man Windsor recovered from falling behind to lead before conceding a 95th minute equaliser.

Woodham knows the lower-league team will need all their quality at The Elm Recreation Ground, but he believes his side are beginning to improve performance-wise.

He told the Observer: "We've re-grouped and dusted ourselves down from the weekend, so will have a trip down there and go again with no fear.

"We have had a look at Highworth and they've had a look at us, but we've got nothing to fear if we do our jobs.

"It's going to be difficult, don't get me wrong, but we've got a big group with a lot of quality and we are going to need every bit of that if we're going to come through the tie."

Woodham added: "I would have looked rather silly to wake up the morning after the Shrivenham win and start doing cartwheels down the road based on that performance.

"We were a bit sloppy at times then, but we did score six goals and you've got to finish them as well. You've actually got to score six goals which is no mean feat.

"We were a bit sloppy and had we defended like that against Highworth last weekend we would have had our pants pulled down.

"We had to tighten all up the way round and I thought we did, so we will go again with no fear."

Windsor will have George Gould available despite his red card in the original tie last weekend, and are expected to welcome back midfielder Paul Coyne from suspension.

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