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Cirencester take over Hunts Copse
Supermarine are in action at Chippenham tonight and Cirencester are playing at Supermarine. Confused? Welcome to the Errea Cup.
While Mark Collier's Marine have an away tie with the Bluebirds in the third round, they will lend their Hunts Copse ground to Gloucester City who host Ciren.
Collier has a selection headache for what would usually be an ideal chance to field the second string.
The first team has played only once in the last three weeks and looked rusty in the 1-1 draw at Dunstable on Saturday.
"I can honestly say I have no idea what my team's going to be," said Collier.
"I'd like to give lads like Steve Bennett and Steve Jenkins a rest but they want to play because they need the match sharpness."
Steve Davies is unlikely to be risked due to an ankle injury.
Bluebirds boss Darren Perrin will hand a debut to Nick Stanley following his move from Cirencester.
Other than that Perrin will field fringe players.
With Gloucester City's Meadow Park ground out of action, Cirencester travel to South Marston without Gareth Hopkins who has work commitments.
Mark Danks has been drafted in on loan from Forest Green to fill the gap left by Stanley.
Both ties kick-off at 7.45pm.
JOHN Fisher is confident star striker Phil Corcoran will turn down an approach from Hellenic League rivals North Leigh.
Seven days' notice has been put in for Highworth's leading scorer ahead of tonight's home Premier Division game with Hungerford.
"I don't think he'll go," said the Highworth chief.
"Phil is not the sort of lad that moves for money.
"When he's happy somewhere, he's happy and I think he's happy here."
Fisher has already lost one forward, with youngster Stuart Bellinger deciding to leave the club after losing his place to recent signing Dave Godley.