Leiston and Bury gear up for big clashes

LEISTON boss Carl Chenery and Bury manager Richard Wilkins are both looking forward to big FA Cup games this weekend.The third qualifying round takes place on Saturday as non-league sides head ever closer to the first round proper and a possible tie with a league club.

LEISTON boss Carl Chenery and Bury manager Richard Wilkins are both looking forward to big FA Cup games this weekend.

The third qualifying round takes place on Saturday as non-league sides head ever closer to the first round proper and a possible tie with a league club.

Leiston entertain Coalville Town at Victory Road.

“My assistant Ian Smith has been to see them in action and it is nice to know a bit about them,” Chenery said.


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“But quite honestly we have got to look at ourselves. If we do what we can on the day we have a great chance.”

Bury meanwhile reap the rewards of their fine victory over Chelmsford in the last round with 'on paper' an easier task against Ryman South side Worthing.

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“Both teams will fancy their chances and perhaps the fact we are at home will benefit us,” Wilkins said.

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