WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham believes the pressure to win is all on Biggleswade in their FA Vase fifth round clash this Sunday (3pm), writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor reached the quarter-finals in the national competition last season but have largely been the underdogs this time around.

Woodham will take his side to Biggleswade, from the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division, having one just once in their last three games.

Biggleswade however are unbeaten in their last nine matches in all competitions and having conceded just four goals in that time.

The bookmakers have Windsor priced at 9-2 to win the last-16 tie, and as big as 50s to win the Vase, but Woodham explained it is all about who has the biggest heart on the day.

He told the Observer: “It will be a big challenge and a tough game as you would expect at this stage in the competition.

“Biggleswade are a very good side and will be full of confidence after their recent high-scoring win [9-0 against Cockfosters] but we’ve got a plan.

“We’ve no issues in terms of availability so will go as strong as we can and there will be no complaints on our part.

“It will be a challenge against an in-form side, but it’s about who comes with the biggest heart on the day.

“League form goes out of the window in cup football. That’s what we believe in and it has stood us in good stead. Sometimes you can get caught up with performances and results.”

“Chichester were top of their league but didn’t look like it after we had finished with them.

“We are the underdogs and up against it but that has always been the case. Our odds are quite high compared to the others but we will deal with it.

“We will adapt and see where it takes us, and if we can put a performance together it’s all well and good.

“There’s no pressure on us at all. Biggleswade have got all the form, goals and home crowd behind them.

“We’ve pre-warned the boys about big crowds but you have to deal with that if you want to progress in the competition and further up the football pyramid.”

Windsor have won at Chichester City, Erith Town and most recently AFC Uckfield Town to reach the last-16 of the Vase for the second consecutive season.

Biggleswade have beaten Norwich CBS, Tring Athletic in a third round replay that went to extra time, and Stowmarket Town in the competition so far.