Byline: Derek Brown
FEW would have predicted Atherstone Town scenting a cup double and promotion going into April but that's what's on the agenda for Jimmy Ginnelly's charges as they face Bridgwater Town in the first leg of the Southern League Cup final tonight at Sheepy Road.
With the early season Midland Alliance charity cup in their grasp and the play-offs a virtual certainty, Ginnelly is eager to put the Robins from Somerset to the sword in search of more silverware.
"We are unbeaten at home in 19 league games so they won't fancy coming to us," said Ginnelly. "But what's important is that we are still in the tie when going to Bridgwater in a fortnight's time for the second leg. A two or three goal advantage would be good although a draw is no disaster. We are more than capable of going away and getting results.
"There won't be any change to our game plan.
We shall be positive, fully committed and make life as tough as possible for the opposition. …