WILTSHIRE Sunday Cup holders FC Jager will have an even greater incentive to beat top Swindon League outfit New Century WMC this Sunday in their delayed quarter-final clash.
Next up for the victors are Jager's local rivals and top flight stablemates AFC Melksham.
Jager know that they will have to be at their very best if they are to remain in the hunt to retain the trophy they won last term by beating Greyhound 2-1.
Neither team have played of a while and will be desperate to get the tie out of the way.
Like last weekend, Jager will are likely to go into the game without key players due to their commitments to their Saturday sides.
Barry Holloway will need to get the best out of his side and if he can do that, Jager although it will be a big ask could go all the way for a second successive season.
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