SHRIVENHAM manager Gareth Davies is hoping to convert their recent league form into their Challenge Cup tie with Brackley Town Saints tomorrow.

In their last three league outings, Shrivenham have come away with nine points, scoring 15 goals in the process.

While the club may be free-scoring at the moment, Davies says he wants the fundamentals to be there at the weekend, when the Saints visit Barrington Park.

“Things are going okay at the moment, I’d like to think we are making steady progress in each game,” said Davies.

“Don’t get me wrong, there is plenty of work still to do but overall to be fair to the players they’ve got on board with it.

“Saturday will be another interesting game, we want to win every game of football that you play, it doesn’t matter what level you’re at.

“We certainly won’t change what we do, our style or our ethos so we will look to do our best to win the game.

“We try to concentrate on what we can do and what we are good at rather than worrying about what other teams might do to us.

“That has served us well in the past and that won’t change, but we will do our best on Saturday, we will have our fingers crossed.”

Shrivenham will be without Rob Lincoln who is away, while Tyler Shepard is a doubt with a back injury.

Elsewhere, in the Challenge Cup, Premier Division leaders Highworth Town, who’s only defeat has come in the FA Cup this year, host Division One West cellar-dwellers Tytherington Rocks at The Elms.

Rich Hunter’s Royal Wootton Bassett are also enjoying a rich vein of form, winning their last eight matches and have only conceding twice in the process and they travel Division One West side Clanfield 85 in their first round tie.

Fairford Town also face a Division One West team in their Challenge Cup tie as they kick-off a run of four consecutive home games against Kidlington Reserves.

Meanwhile, New College make the trip to Ardley United in Division One West.