Helston Athletic's FA Cup Second Qualifying Round tie away to Bishop's Cleeve tomorrow will be a 'momentous occasion for the club' according to their manager Matt Cusack.

This is the furthest Helston have ever gone in the prestigious competition after defeating Street, rivals Falmouth Town and then Torpoint Athletic all via a 2-1 scoreline.

Their opponents this time, situated just north of Cheltenham, play in the Southern League Division One South and are 12th in the table with six points from their four games so far this season.

In their last match they recorded a 3-2 loss to AFC Dunstable in the FA Trophy.

Helston though are on an impressive run of form in all competitions, being unbeaten in ten matches in all competitions (six wins, four draws) and despite playing at a level below them will go into the game full of confidence according to the manager.

Speaking ahead of the tie, Cusack told the Packet: "We will certainly go in as underdogs going up against a step four team.

"We will be full of confidence, because we are ten unbeaten since the opening day of the season (4-0 loss to Bridgwater). It is going to be a test up there, they have got good home form.

"There are two outcomes that could favour us on the day, obviously we are going for the win but a draw would force a replay at our place on the Tuesday.

"So we have two outcomes that could help us on the day. I am really looking forward to it.

"It is a momentous occasion for the club. The boys have navigated victories away from home so certainly won't be daunted by tomorrow.

"We will go there full of respect for the opposition and hopefully we have enough on the day to get the job done and create more history."

Should the match be level at 90 minutes the game will go to a replay. Winners from the tie get £3,375 from the match while the losing side will get £1,125.

Having previously coached at the level Cleeve play at in his former job with Plymouth Parkway Cusack believes he knows what his side can to expect from the opposition, as well as hoping by tomorrow evening they will continue to be the only Cornish side in the cup: "Having experienced that level last year I think I know what to expect tomorrow" The manager began.

"They will be athletic they will move the ball well, they will try and use it. We have done a bit of homework on them and we will be going there with a game plan and hopefully we will be able to pull it off on the day.

"We have had lots of people contacting us wishing us all the best which is great. We are flying the flag for Cornwall and it is a good position to be in and hopefully that can still be the case at 5pm tomorrow evening."

On the pitch Cusack confirmed that there are three of four regular faces who are absent through unavailability. However, the trio of Rikki Shepherd, captain Josh Storey and Steve Colwell are all expected to return.

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