GREAT Wakering Rovers are set for their ‘biggest game in years’ when Cogenhoe Town visit in the FA Vase tomorrow.

The Northampton-based team play in the United Counties Premier Division and currently sit in 14th place in the standings.

However, 6-0 and 4-0 wins in their last two matches show they are not a side to be taken lightly as Wakering bid to bounce back from a 3-2 cup defeat in midweek.

“The boys are confident and there is a great atmosphere in the changing room,” said manager Iain O’Connell. “The club is looking forward to its biggest game in years and I hope the team gets the support it deserves.

“They have scored 10 goals in their last two games so we will show them respect. But I know that if the boys play with the right attitude and commitment, not many teams can stop them.”

Hullbridge Sports welcome familiar Essex Senior League opposition in the third round and, despite sitting at the bottom of the league, boss Darren Manning has inspired a turnaround in Sports’ form.

Unbeaten in three games, Sports will fancy their chances against 14th placed Enfield, who have just four more points in the league.

“The early progress has been good and we are putting the right foundations in place,” said Manning. “We are unbeaten in three and have won two despite being in losing positions on each occasion. It shows the boys have a bit about them.

“This is a very winnable tie but Enfield will think the same. We know it will be tough in the cup. It is 11 against 11 but I believe in these guys.”

Sports are without the cup-tied Ashley Pibworth and injured Luca Frankis. Rob Hodgson is rated 50/50.

Southend Manor travel to fifth-placed Takeley in the Essex Senior League.

Two defeats in a week for Manor have been something of a setback for boss Adam Peek, but he fancies his team’s chances.

Peek said: “On our day we can beat anyone in this league. We need the right attitude and we are aiming to win the game.”