OVERTON United will have the chance of quick revenge, when they face Winchester Castle in an Andover Open Cup tie under their new floodlights on Wednesday evening in the Andover Open Cup.

The sides clashed last Saturday with Castle winning 3-2 in the Hampshire Premier League at Overton.

The home side took the lead after 20 minutes as Laith Aldoori slide the ball into Johnie Gurney for him to score.

Castle levelled things on the half hour, after a mix-up in the Overton defence saw an own goal off Richard Spiers and Castle made it 3-1 after the break.

Chasing the game the home side went with two up top and sub Nathan Rae scored.

A late tackle on a Overton player saw a melee and home sub James Jupp along with Winchester’s Nathan Golden was sent-off.

The home side looked for an equaliser, but were unable to score. After the game manager Greg Restell said: “It was great to see us scoring some goals, we just have to tighten up the defence.”

On Saturday, Overton have a trip to Hampshire Premier League basement side Stockbridge.

Then on Wednesday they face Castle again and Restell said: “We are really looking forward to playing under the lights for the first time and after Saturday I think it will be another great game. Lets hope we get the win this time.”