BRANTHAM Athletic boss Paul Abrahams says his side must play to their strengths in tomorrow’s FA Vase showdown at East Preston.
The Imps are preparing for a huge fourth-round – last 32 – showdown against the South Coast outfit.
Former Colchester United star Abrahams knows his players face a huge test against opposition riding high at the top of the Sussex County League.
Unbeaten East Preston have a huge 13-point lead at the division one summit, with 17 wins from their 20 games.
However, Abrahams believes his side can cause an upset – if they play to the best of their ability.
“It’s such an exciting prospect, for a club of our size and level, to be just four games from playing at Wembley,” he said.
“It’s what we’re all striving for but we know how tough it’s going to be for us this weekend.
“We’ll have to be at our very best and hope they have an off-day."
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