Danny Greaves is hoping that his squad can "roll up their sleeves" as they hope to secure some valuable points at Swindon Supermarine.
The Robins currently find themselves in 21st place, five points from Southern League Premier South safety.
Greaves said: "It certainly doesn’t get any easier for us tomorrow as we head to Swindon Supermarine. It’s the first of 16 cup finals, so we'll have to roll our sleeves up and give it everything we have.
"It was only a few months ago, we were playing them, and they were sat behind us in the table. So it just goes to show how tight this league is, and what can happen if you can string together a few positive results.
"I did say at the time, they would not be down there come the end of the season. You only have to look at their firepower, with 2 forwards extremely good forwards with great experience of leagues above, and Football League, one of which is the top scorer in the league.
"We go into the game with nothing to lose. We are not expected to take anything from the game, so go into it with no fear" - Greaves
"Although it may sound strange to some, we also go into it confident that we can get something out of the game, as performance levels, in large spells, suggests we can compete with anyone on our day. This league has seen some crazy results, so why can’t we be on the right end of one tomorrow."
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