SPENNYMOOR Town will make change tonight for their FA Cup third qualifying round replay against Soutport.

The winner of tonight's game will host National League side Altrincham in the next round. 

The first meeting between the two at the weekend finished as a goalless draw at the Brewery Field. The Moors manager Tommy Miller admits it was a game where his side couldn't really get going. 

He said: "Tough afternoon. Especially with how the conditions were with the wind and the rain but that's not an excuse. We know we can play better. 

"The main thing is when you're not playing to your full potential that you don't get beat and we didn't. 

"We had a couple of half chances in the second half. I'm not saying we deserved to win. A draw was probably the right result.

A number of players are carrying knocks including defender Carl Magnay that was forced to pull out of the game during the warm-up. 

Miller added: "We'll assess and have a little look at it. 

"There's a couple that are carrying knocks but I'm sure they will be fine. 

"But I will make a couple of changes just to freshen things up. We go there confident. We're a good team.

"We've had a good start to the season and we look forward to Tuesday night. Yes would we have liked to get the job done on Saturday but we'll go there and hopefully get it done there."