IRLAM FC travel to a revamped Moor Lane tomorrow evening as they look to cause what would be an upset against an Ammies side who may very well be eyeing up a win of this competition this season.
Salford, three divisions away from IRLAM and showing good form in the Conference North, currently in 2nd spot and many peoples favourite for National league competition next season, will be keen to make home advantage tell.
IRLAM, with no wins in seven against Salford in recent times will be going all out for an upset in front of what hopefully will be a decent crowd.
One defeat in seven for IRLAM FC shows consistent form in both league and FA Vase competition, with IRLAM manager Michael Dodd giving his thoughts on the fixture.
" It's a great draw and honestly, it is the one tie myself and all the lads would have hoped for. The chance to go and play at the new Moor Lane, against the 'modern day' Salford City so to speak, is one we are delighted with.
We completely understand the quality of the Salford first team squad, but we certainly won't be going there to roll over. We are in half decent form ourselves, with a strong group of players to choose from. We are looking forward to it. Roll on Tuesday night!"
Kick off is 7.45pm
Adults £5, Concessions £2.
If the scores are level after 90 minutes, the game will go straight to a penalty shoot-out according to the Laws of the Game.
Salford City FC
Updated 20:05 - 9 Oct 2017 by warren dodd