SALISBURY will be looking to return to winning ways this afternoon when they take on Slough Town in the FA Cup.

The third-round qualifying match is at the Ray Mac with a 3pm kick-off. 

The Whites should be full of confidence heading into the match, having only lost once so far this season - on Tuesday night away to Sholing. 

Before that, they had won eight of their 11 fixtures, including five wins on the bounce, and sit fourth in the table on 21 points, four behind early leaders Gosport Borough. 

In the last round, Salisbury beat Mousehole 5-0  in Cornwall. 

Slough Town competes in the National League South, one league above Salisbury, who are in the Southern League Premier South. 

Despite being in a league above Salisbury, the Whites can be optimistic - the Rebels sit 19th in the National League South, just one point outside the relegation zone, having won just three of their ten league fixtures so far this campaign. 

Tickets are £14 for adults (18-65), £10 concession and £5 for under 18s, and can be purchased here. 

Were Salisbury to exit the cup, attention will turn to the FA Trophy. 

In the third qualifying round of that tournament, Whites travel to Gosport Borough on Saturday, October 7. They then host Gosport at the Ray Mac the following week (October 14).