THERE is no pressure on Evesham United as they travel to higher-graded opposition in the FA Cup tomorrow, according to manager Paul West.

The Robins travel to Blue Square Bet North side Eastwood Town (3pm) in the second qualifying round.

Like United, the Nottinghamshire side have struggled so far this season.

They are currently 19th in the table and player-manager Craig Armstrong resigned earlier this month.

But West insists his squad, 19th in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division, go into the clash against the Badgers as cup underdogs.

Defender Steve Luckett (groin) is unlikely to feature, while midfielder Gary Walker (knee) is also an injury doubt.

West said: “It’s a game that’s winnable for us. We won’t go there with any fear. We will try to get ourselves in the hat for the next round.

“It’s an opportunity to progress. Eastwood have not had a good start to their league season, either.

“We’ve had good experiences in the cup over the years. There is no pressure on us. It is on them, like it was for us against Rocester in the last round.”

Division One South and West basement boys Stourport Swifts travel to Paulton Rovers (3pm).