AMESBURY will be keen to erase their FA defeat to Wessex League Premier Division rivals Christchurch three weeks ago, when the sides clash again on Saturday in the FA Vase.

Manager Stuart Lindsay said: " I am looking for us to perform better than when we met them in the FA Cup.

"If we perform at the level we are capable of, we will give a much better account of ourselves and have a better chance of progressing in the competition."

Last Saturday, the Blues started the game well and took the lead through new signing Jack Hopper.

However, they were unable to capitalise on their superior possession during the opening 20 minutes and allowed Bashley to get back into the game.

By half-time the New Forest visitors lead 2-1.

The next goal was always going to be crucial and unfortunately it went to the visitors.

At this point heads then dropped and the visitors went onto win the contest 5-1.

The plus side of the game was three new signings coming into the squad in Hopper, Josh Brigham and Rory Collins, They will bring some quality and aggression into the squad.