SWINDON Supermarine manager Dave Webb says he knows what to expect from Tuffley Rovers when the two sides lock horns in the FA Cup second qualifying round.

With Marine playing their football a level higher than the hosts, Webb is more than aware his troops will have to maintain their standards if they are to avoid an upset.

Last term Supermarine saw their FA Cup run brought to an end after three games when they lost to Welling United in the third qualifying round and Webb is keen to see similar success this season.

“It will be a difficult game. I played there as a player when I was coming to the end of my career so I know what it will be all about,” he said.

“The challenge for me is to make my players are aware of what they are going to come up against, and be ready to deal with a side who are looking to cause an upset.

“We go into the game as favourites because we are in the higher league, we have to deal with all of that so it will be a little bit different.

“We’ve got to be prepared, we are on a good little run and I want to progress, we won three games last year so we want to see how far we can go.”

Webb will hope that his side can convert their league form into the cup competition after making an unbeaten start to the domestic competition with four wins and two draws.

From those victories, Marine have one by a one goal margin on three occasions, something Webb would like to see improve.

“We scored a lot of goals last season so that is something I am conscious of because we’ve not scored as many as we would have liked,” said Webb.

“But on the other side of that, we haven’t conceded many either. I think the goals will come from this team.

“It would be nice to win by a more convincing margin, but while we are winning, I can’t complain too much.

“We want everyone to chip in, especially with the way we play because we have a lot of offensive players on the pitch.”

Marine have a clean bill of health going into the fixture, while striker TJ Bohane is a doubt as he has dislocated and fractured a finger.