Pinchbeck United v Eye Sports (PFA Senior Cup, Saturday, 1.30pm): IAN Dunn has told his Pinchbeck players to man up ahead of their second semi-final in as many weeks.
United were dumped out of the Lincs Junior Cup at Market Rasen on Saturday, ending their chances of a treble.
But a Peterborough and District Premier League and Cup double is still on the cards for Dunn’s charges.
However, the player/boss is still seething at the Rasen loss.
He said: “We need to improve or we’ll get turned over, it’s as simple as that. The pressure is on us now and we need to respond. This is a massive game in our season.
“Whoever wins will have a cup final and all the momentum in the title race. We’ve got a strong squad to choose from and I’ll certainly be making some changes.”
Pinchbeck have already beaten opponents Eye twice in the league this season, but are currently two points behind them in the table – although their rivals have played three more games.