SALISBURY return to FA Cup action on Saturday with a trip to Wessex League Premier Division Portland United in the second qualifying round.

For the Dorset side they have already won three games to reach this stage of the competition and are 17th in the league, but have only lost once.

Salisbury boss Steve Claridge is taking nothing for granted and said: “On a paper it looks a good draw, playing a side two leagues below us, but it is only a good draw if we get a result.

"It can be difficult on the top of the hill where they play depending on weather, but we must go there and apply ourselves."

On Tuesday night, the Whites were in league action at Weston-super-Mare, where they shared six goals with the Somerset side.

Having gone 2-0 down after 23 minutes to goals from former Salisbury striker Owen Howe and Nick McCootie.

They hit back to lead 3-2 on 74 minutes as Dan Fitchett, Kevin Amankwaah and Shaquille Hypolite-Patrick were all on target.

However, the home side levelled things from Joel Randall two minutes later and the draw leaves the Whites ninth in the Southern League Premier South table.

Claridge added: "At 2-0 you will take a draw, but then a 3-2 you thinking we should get all three points. It was a good performance one of our better of recent weeks.

"However, the frustrating thing was we gifted them their first two goals. We are trying to play the ball in the wrong areas, we have to start making sure we make the right options. We should not need to score three goals just to get a draw."