WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham believes that all the pressure is on Flackwell Heath when the two sides meet in the FA Vase this Saturday.

Windsor reached the first round proper with home wins against Devizes Town and Whitchurch United, while it will be a first match in the competition for Flackwell this season.

Woodham and his team will arrive at Wilks Park in good form having backed up a 3-1 win against Highmoor Ibis on Saturday with a 4-0 victory at Abingdon United on Tuesday.

Woodham is confident Windsor have a formula to win away from home and insists his side will hold no fear over The Heathens.

Speaking to the Observer, the Windsor boss said: “The performances are getting better slowly but surely and we keep on getting the same boys out on the pitch which helps.

“It’s a great draw for the supporters. Flackwell have a very good recent record in the Vase, much better than us.

“They’re in the top two in the league so it’s going to be extremely difficult, but we will bring a little momentum and confidence into the game.

“There’s no pressure on us. The message to the boys will be to go and express themselves and do all the fundamentals very well.

“We know all the Flackwell faces very well, their team doesn’t change very much, but we will hold no fear.

“We had them watched on Tuesday for an update, so we’ve got a lot of information on them, but it’s about how we tackle what we do.

“We’re going to go for it and enjoy ourselves. There is no baggage from us, we’re going there to win the game.

“We will give it our very best and if that’s not good enough then we will dust ourselves down and go again next Tuesday.”

Windsor returned to winning form in the Hellenic Premier Division after a 3-1 victory over Highmoor Ibis at Stag Meadow on Saturday.

Two goals from Riccardo Cannon gave Windsor a clear lead at the half-time interval before Ricardo Catlyn pulled one back for Highmoor on 62 minutes.

A goal from Haydon Clack in the 64th minute secured the points for the home side.

Woodham commented: “We managed to keep 11 players on the pitch which helps.

“We were looking rather comfortable with a two-goal lead but then we got bogged down in the first 20 minutes of the second half. We lost our way a little bit and Highmoor scored.

“We had some work to do at that point but our reaction was a good one. We got back to playing how we wanted to, forced a couple of corners and got our reward, and at 3-1 the game petered out really.

“After Highmoor scored I was pleased with our reaction and we got the third goal.

“The only disappointment for us was the 20 minutes after half-time when Highmoor were probably the better team.”

He added: “It’s a funny one because the pitch is not great at Highmoor so we had to manage the conditions better the weekend before. We were more direct then but back at our place we got the ball down and tried to play football.

“We won the game and that’s the main objective. You have got to take substance over style sometimes.

“It’s good to get back into form in the league again and get a bit of momentum going.”

Windsor moved up to ninth position in the league table following a comfortable 4-0 win away at Abingdon United on Tuesday.

A Cannon strike plus a James Organ own goal gave the visitors a clear lead at the half-time interval before Keiran Knight and Jack Denton secured the points after the break.

Woodham said: “I’m pleased with the two wins and it was a good night on Tuesday. It’s never easy playing away from home in midweek no matter what level you play at.

“We started very well on the front foot and forced a few corners and goal scoring opportunities.

"We probably should have scored early on but once Riccardo did put us in front we never looked back.

"We dominated the game and kept Abingdon at arms length. They played in front of us, we were very dominant and it was a very good performance."

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