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Witton Albion travel to Cumbria to take on Kendal Town in FA Cup second qualifying round
Kendal Town v Witton Albion (Kick off 3pm)
FA Cup Second Qualifying Round
Venue The Cosyseal Stadium, Parkside Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 7BL
Referee Kevin Mulraine (Carlisle)
Away Travel Leaves memorial hall at 12.15pm (Adults £15, Students £10, Children £5)
Admission Adults £8, Concessions (OAP/NUS) £4, U16s £2, Accompanied U16s £1
Prize money £4,500
Replay date Tuesday, September 25 (Kick off 7.45pm)
Previous meeting Kendal 2 Witton 1 (Doodson Sport Cup, February 21 2012)
Kendal (from) Dootson (GK), Welsby (GK), Alexander, El-Harrati, Joseph, Winters, Wisdom, Fishwick, Graham, Harries, Kilford, Leadbetter, Randell, Williams, Wills, Wynn, Omoboye,
Doubtful Omoboye (knee), Williams (n/k), Winters (n/k)
Injured Duggan (dislocated shoulder), Kenworthy (back), Tucker (ankle)
Top scorer Alex Taylor (5)
Route to this round 1QR (r) bt Dunston UTS (h) 4-2 (aet)
Prize money (to date) £3,000
Last season in FA Cup Third Qualifying Round
League record (Home) P4 W0 D2 L2 F6 A9 Pts2
League record (Overall) Pos16 P1 W1 D4 L3 F14 A15 Pts7
Witton (from) Cooper (GK), Booth, Gardner, Glover, Ben Harrison, Wood, Andrews, Cross, Fallon, Hancock, Jamie Harrison, Sheehan, Woolley, Buchan, Moseley, Stott, Tuck
Doubtful Shaw (match fitness)
Injured Connors (knee)
Top scorer Ashley Stott, Shaun Tuck (both 3)
Route to this round 1QR bt Burscough (a) 4-2
Prize money (to date) £3,000
Last season in FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round
League record (Away) P2 W2 D2 L0 F8 A6 Pts8
League record (Overall) Pos8 P8 W4 D3 L1 F13 A11 Pts15
WITTON turn their attention back to the FA Cup after back-to-back wins in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League’s top tier.
Brian Pritchard has won five of six ties in the competition since taking sole charge at the Help for Heroes Stadium, including a 4-2 win at Burscough last time out.
He will decide whether to restore Paul Booth and Danny Andrews to the starting line-up after they sat on the bench for a midweek home success against Stocksbridge Park Steels.
The hosts celebrated a first shut-out of the season too.
Midfielder Steven Connors is definitely out though after suffering a knee injury in an accident at work. Attacker Joe Shaw continues to convalesce after surgery.
Hosts Kendal welcome back goalkeeper Craig Dootson after a three-matches suspension, although Jack Duggan (shoulder), Josh Kenworthy (back) are long-term injury absentees. Jordan Tucker (ankle) is out too.
Winger Danny Williams did not feature in Tuesday’s fine 2-2 draw at table-toppers Marine either after limping out of last weekend’s home reverse against North Ferriby United.
Manager Lee Ashcroft has drafted in Stockport duo Andy Graham and Deji Omoboye as cover.
Kendal have won only once in front of their own fans to date this term, although that was at the previous stage when they defeated Dunston UTS in a replay.