THE PREVIEW: Concord Rangers will be hoping that a win in the FA Cup could allow them to improve their form in the National League South.

The Beach Boys are now without a win since beating Whitehawk on August 19 and have been defeated in each of their last six outings.

So Adam Flanagan will be hoping his side can get back to winning ways when they welcome Tunbridge Wells to the Aspect Arena tomorrow.

And Flanagan has strengthened his side ahead of the clash, by recalling Tom Stephen from his loan spell with Bowers and signing Danny Parrish, who trialled with Millwall following his release from Brentford this summer.

THE INSIGHT: “I haven’t been able to go and watch them play myself but I have had someone go for me,” said Concord boss Flanagan.

“It will be interesting to see if they adopt the same style of play against us as they would do week in, week out in their own division but needless to say it’s the FA Cup and the great stories come from underdogs topping teams from higher leagues.

“They will be focused on that and it will be up to us to make sure that doesn’t happen.

“If we are able to win convincingly by scoring lots of goals and keeping a clean sheet then this has the potential to boost confidence and stand us in good stead for when we return to the league.”

THE TEAM NEWS: Loan players Louie Dunne, Matt Paine and Rob Davies are ineligible, while Jordon Brown, Harry Lee, Jordan Cox and Rob Girdlestone are injured.