Kieran Baggs has labelled tomorrow’s Vase clash with Tring Athletic as the biggest in Melksham Town’s history as the Oakfields club eye a four-figure crowd for their last-16 clash.

Baggs believes a hefty home support could make all the difference as Town eye their own spot in the last eight.

“The boys will want to repay the fans and the club with a performance in the biggest game in the club’s history,” he said.

“Everyone knows that when you get into a cup game, home advantage comes in, especially at Oakfields, it will be rocking on Saturday.

“We will be hoping for over 1,000 on Saturday and that will give the players that extra buzz, they can be the 12th man at times.

“It’s my first season as manager and at the start of the year you could only dream to do this well in the Vase, have a shot at promotion and still be in the Les Phillips Cup.

“Everything is going well. I’m a very grounded person and I just want to make sure that the boys are ready for Saturday, we will take that game as it comes.

“I’ve made sure we know about them (Tring), (chairman) Darren Perrin has been down to watch them twice to make sure we have a full match report and in-depth player detail so we aren’t going in completely blind.”