SALISBURY will be hoping to make the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy for the second year running this Saturday and standing in their way are King’s Langley.

The Hertfordshire side will visit the Ray Mac hoping to repeat last season’s 2-1 league win at Salisbury.

In the summer King's Langley were involved in lateral movement into the Southern League Premier Central.

They are currently sit 15th in the table with 17 points from 12 games, having won three of their last five league outings.

Salisbury manager Steve Claridge still remembers well the last time King's Langley visited and said: "They came to do a job on that day and it worked for them as they took away all three points.

"I did not like the way they played especially the time wasting, but we have to raise above that and make sure we score first and not concede first.

"If we can do that it will make it a very different game."

Salisbury in the last round were forced to a replay after the first game at home to Dorchester ended 3-3, with Dan Fitchett, Bay Downing and Toby Holmes on target.

The Whites then turned on the style in the replay winning in Dorset thanks to an impressive 3-0 win, as Holmes, Nathaniel Oseni and Ollie Knowles.

Salisbury followed this up on Saturday with another clean sheet at Farnborough in the Southern League Premier South encounter, but were unable to find the net as the game ended 0-0.

Whites boss Steve Claridge felt it was two points dropped as the result left Salisbury fourth in the table on 26 points.

So they are three behind leaders Tiverton and second placed Truro City and two a drift of third placed Chesham United and all four teams have played 14 games

Talking about the draw at Farnborough, Claridge said: “It was disappointing as we should be winning these types of games, but on the day we were just not good enough in the final third."

On Tuesday night, the Whites travelled to Amesbury for a friendly and certainly found their shooting boots, as they ended up winning the game 9-0.

Holmes led the scoring with four, Warren Bentley got a brace, while Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick, Aiden Savage and Liam Dawson also scored.

The game will be more remembered as it saw the return from long term injury of Jake Wannell. He came off the bench in the 64th minute and was involved in the build-up to Salisbury's seven goal five minutes later.