SUNDAY'S FA Cup tie with Chasetown at the Victoria Ground might not have the glory of a trip to Coventry City or Sheffield United but for Worcester City skipper Tyler Weir it’s just as important.

And he will be calling on his cup experience when City beat hosts Coventry 2-1 in the first round in 2014 to explain just what the game will mean to the Worcester supporters.

“The first year at Coventry was absolutely unbelievable and probably one of the best days in my career, probably one of the best days for the club as well,” Weir said.

“The following year we went to Sheffield United and probably let ourselves down a little and then we lost early on last season against Brackley. 

“Sunday is going to be a bit different but it’s still going to be a massive game.

“They’re from the league above but we’ll be full of confidence going into the game.

“Of the current set-up I think we had Shab (Khan) on the bench but I was the only one who played and Snapper (John Snape) was assistant manager.

"Against Daventry Town a few of the lads were asking me about it and I’ll be speaking to the players about what it meant to the supporters.

“Hopefully we’ll get a decent crowd and can put on a decent show and get through to the next round.”

Weir has captained his side to a perfect start — an FA Cup extra preliminary round 1-0 win at Daventry and back-to-back home victories in the Midland League Premier Division over Heanor Town (3-0) and AFC Wulfrunians (5-0).

“It’s a new league for the majority of us but things couldn’t have gone much better,” he added.

“We made hard work of Daventry but I thought we’ve been very good in the two league games.

"I think we could have scored a few more in those games but we’ll take 3-0 and 5-0 — two clean sheets as well so happy days. 

“It’s not going to be easy this season because there are plenty of good teams in this league and we are the side that everyone wants to beat. We are their FA Cup final.

“Getting the captain’s armband is a big honour for me. I’ve been here for three or four years now and played quite a few games.

"I had a few offers in the summer from teams a lot higher up but there was only one club I was ever going to stay at and I’m still here now thankfully.”

Sunday's preliminary round visitors also have an FA Cup pedigree, beating Oldham Athletic in 2005-06 and going out to eventual finalists Cardiff City in 2007-08.

Veteran Worcester joint manager Lee Hughes is set to miss the game after suffering a freak injury when taking a penalty against Wulfrunians.

Kick-off is 3pm.