DOVER??S Emirates FA Cup campaign continues on Saturday with a first round clash at League Two side Cambridge United.
But boss Chris Kinnear admitted his preparation for the game was no different to any other his team plays.
He said: ??Yes, it??s the FA Cup, but the important thing is that we approach the game in the same manner as any other we play and we prepare right for it.
??We??ve got to forget about the occasion and just go out there and make sure we play the way we want to play.
??If we do that, and perform as well as we are capable of, I??d like to think our name will be in the hat for the next round.?
And Kinnear said his players won??t be leaving anything out there come the end of the clash at the Cambs Glass Stadium.
He said: ??We won??t be holding back ?? that??s not my style.
??We??ll be going all out to win, something we do in every game regardless of who we are playing against.?
*BS*WHAT IS CAMBRIDGE BOSS SHAUN DERRY SAYING?*BF*
Speaking at his weekly press conference on Thursday, Derry said he doesn??t feel there??s much to choose between League Two and the National League, but wants the U??s to do what they can to make certain they??re not on the end of an upset against Dover.
??Saturday??s going to bring a real tough opposition and we??ve got to make sure we??re at the top of our game to get through it.?
*BS*CAMBRIDGE UNITED??S RECENT FORM*BF*
The U??s lost 1-0 at home to Portsmouth in the League Two clash last Saturday, their second consecutive defeat in front of their own fans following the loss by the same margin against promoted Grimsby Town.
In between those defeats, Cambridge won the league clash at Exeter 2-1.
Whites’ top scorer in the league this season is Ricky Miller with 15, the best return in the competition, while Cambridge??s leading man is Luke Berry with five .
*BS*DOVER TEAM NEWS*BF*
Loanee Ayo Obileye has been recalled by parent club Eastleigh while Leyton Orient loanee Sammy Moore will have to sit the game out as his parent club won??t allow him to play in the competition.
Striker Tyrone Marsh, who scored in the 5-0 win at Burgess Hill Town, is back in contention after missing the past three games with a knee injury.
For Dover fans wanting to show their colours at Cambridge by wearing the matching shirts as the players, Whites will be wearing their blue shirts.
If you are unable to make the trip to the Cambs Glass Stadium we will have live updates on Twitter – @DAFCLiveText ?? follow us and get all the news as it happens!
Coverage starts from 2pm.
There will be two Supporters Club coaches making the trip to Cambridge and it??s not too late to get on board.
They leave Crabble at 10.30am and the cost is as follows:
Adults Members ¶20, Adult Non Members ¶25 and accompanied child (under 16) ¶10.
Please call or text Andy on 0793 4300335 to book your seat ASAP.
*BS*THE OTHER FA CUP TIES*BF*
Sheffield United v Leyton Orient
Millwall v Southend United
Dagenham & Redbridge v FC Halifax Town
Merstham v Oxford United
Taunton v Barrow
Southport v Fleetwood Town
Yeovil v Solihull Moors
Stockport County v Woking
Dartford v Sutton United
Walsall v Macclesfield Town
Port Vale v Stevenage
Northampton v Harrow Borough
Westfields v Curzon Ashton
MK Dons v Spennymoor Town
Gillingham v Brackley Town
Alfreton v Newport County
Portsmouth v Wycombe Wanderers
Maidstone United v Rochdale
Bury v AFC Wimbledon
St Albans City v Carlisle United
Boreham Wood v Notts County
Mansfield Town v Plymouth Argyle
Braintree Town v Eastbourne Borough
Hartlepool United v Stamford
Bolton Wanderers v Grimsby Town
Bradford City v Accrington Stanley
Oldham Athletic v Doncaster Rovers
Eastleigh v Swindon Town
Shrewsbury Town v Barnet
Morecambe v Coventry City
Crawley Town v Bristol Rovers
Whitehawk v Stourbridge
Colchester United v Chesterfield
Lincoln City v Altrincham
Exeter City v Luton Town
Charlton Athletic v Scunthorpe United
Cheltenham Town v Crewe Alexandra
Peterborough United v Chesham
Blackpool v Kidderminster Harriers