Dunston manager Billy Irwin wants a much improved performance from his team when they face Wisbech for a place in the last 16 of the Vase on Saturday.

Dunston drew 2-2 last week in the Fens, but Irwin was far from happy with the performance.

“We’re looking to put right what we did wrong last week,” he said.

“To me, six of our players didn’t turn up last week, and maybe we were fortunate to come back with a draw. We talked a lot on the bus on the way back, and ended up wishing that we could play the replay the following day, the players were so determined. Everybody is positive and really geared up for it now.”

Irwin will choose from a full squad, for a game that is sure to draw a big crowd, especially as over 100 Wisbech fans are making the journey northwards.

Billingham Synthonia are also involved in a replay, away to Runcorn Town from the North West Counties League.

The teams drew a blank last week at Central Avenue, and Synners assistant manager Lee Tucker said: “We know that it’s going to be a tough tie, but we have some good away form this season. “ Striker Richie Storr will probably miss the game because of injury, so Glenn Donaldson, who is studying in the Runcorn area, will replace him.

There is some encouragement for Synners – Runcorn lost to Dunston at home last season.