Pinchbeck United are gearing up for one of the biggest games in the club’s history this weekend.
The Knights, fresh off the back of having three players sent off in a 5-1 Uhlsport UCL Premier Division loss at Boston Town, host a huge Buildbase FA Vase first round clash with Worcester City on Saturday (3pm).
Player/boss Ian Dunn admits that the Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field clash is a big one for the club, with Worcester having endured something of a fall from grace since accepting voluntary demotion to the Midland Football League Premier Division back in 2017.
The player/boss is hoping for a big gate and feels the tie is winnable.
He said: “To be honest, it’s one of the biggest games the club has been involved in.
“It’s a great draw for us and one we feel is winnable.
“We’d like to get the job done on Saturday if we can, a midweek replay wouldn’t be ideal.”
Skipper Tyrone Burton is cup tied for the clash.