Hebburn Town manager Scott Oliver has insisted that there is “plenty to play for” in tomorrow’s FA Vase fifth round tie at home to West Auckland.

West Auckland come into the game having won five of their last ten games and having not conceded yet in the Vase this time round.

They’ve overcome Thackley, Avro and Sunderland RCA to get to this stage, and Oliver says it will be a tough test.

“West Auckland have good players and to win at Sunderland RCA in the last round was a great result. They reached the quarter finals last season so that shows their pedigree,” he said.

“They have not conceded a goal in the Vase so far so the likes of Graeme Armstrong, Luke Sullivan and Michael Richardson will be looking to dent that record.

“The winner has a chance to play at home in the quarter final so there is plenty to play for.”

Louis Storey, Jack Robson and Dan Smith return to the squad following injuries and suspension, while Matty Tumilty, Lewis Suddick (cup tied) and Dan Groves (hernia) miss the game.

The game is a rearranged tie after the game was postponed last week due to snow, and just over 800 tickets have been sold for the game. The winner will face Irlam or Chertsey Town at home in the quarter finals on Saturday 23rd February.

Cash turnstiles will be available on the day with tickets priced at £6 for adults, £4 for concessions and £1 for U16s.