Club Warwick boss Martin Blewett wants to see his side collect their second successive
victory and knock Midland Alliance side Willenhall Town out of the FA Cup.
Adam Munday, who has recently had a trial with Coventry City, did the damage against
Cinderford, netting both goals, and he should be in the side despite taking a knock on the
Blewett has the usual non-League managers headache a player away on
holiday. This time its central defender Rob Burke, who had booked the break before
joining the club.
Rob Higgs could come into replace him, while midfielder Stuart Clarke and striker Tony
Agar are both available once again.
"It is a nice problem to have. Stuart and Tony are both good players but we also
have a winning side. It will not be an easy decision.
"John Chambers, the Willenhall manager, is a very experienced man and we know that
with him in charge, they will be a hard side to beat. This is the FA Cup, which is always
special, but with a good win under out belts we probably would have liked another league
"We want to progress in the Preliminary Round 3, when some of the teams in leagues
above us come into the contention. A draw against Nuneaton would be nice! But its first
things first, and Saturday will not be easy."