HARTLEY Wintney will be looking to move into the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy for the first time in the history on Saturday.

Standing in their way is a visit from Hampshire rivals Gosport Borough, who are rooted to the bottom of the Southern League Premier League.

The visitors may be having an awful league campaign, but won their last FA Trophy against high flying Southern League Division One outfit Bristol Manor, so Hartley are taking nothing for granted.

Joint manager Daniel Brownlie said: “We go in as the underdogs. Gosport have a history of producing quality sides - we know they’ve had a poor start but they’ll be wanting to use this as a spring board to start their season with us being lower league opposition. We’ll do all we can to put on a performance and hope we can get a result."

He added: “We’ll pick a team for the day and there won’t be many changes, if any, but we’ll be wanting to ensure we go in with zero complacency. “