GLASSBOYS boss Gary Hackett is plotting another FA Cup upset when his side go to Guiseley this Saturday.

Stourbridge are one win away from another place in the first round of the famous competition after seeing off local rivals Kidderminster Harriers in the previous round.

However, they will have to do without suspended trio Robert Thompson-Brown, Aaron Hayden and Kaiman Anderson against their next National League North opponents.

Despite the set-back, Hackett has full belief in his players as the club looks to add another memorable result to their FA Cup history book.

He said: "We will go there believing that we can get the win.

"We have already shown against Leamington and Kidderminster that we are capable and it'll be our plan to do everything possible to get into that first round proper once more, even though we know it's going to be incredibly tough for us.

"I'm sure we'll be well supported up there and I know we have players who on their day are capable of hurting teams.

"It is a blow for us having players suspended and with Conference clubs coming in later I do think it does favour them and puts the smaller clubs at a bit of a disadvantage.

"All we can do is manage it and put our best side out. The game against Bedworth showed us that the squad is much stronger this season than it was last and it will give others a big opportunity to step up."

Stour go into the contest on the back of two big home league wins.

They backed up last Saturday's 2-1 success over Royson by putting lowly Bedworth United to the sword on Monday night.

Doubles from Greg Mills and Chekaine Steele handed them a 4-1 win over the Southern League Central's basement boys.

On the win, Hackett said: "When you're playing a side down at the bottom it does come with an added pressure and expectation that you'll roll them over.

"Sooner or later those teams down the bottom with cause a upset or two and you just have to make sure it isn't against you.

"It was a good win and it gave me a chance to give some much-needed match time to some players that needed it.

"Greg Mills came through another 90 minutes, Steele was exceptional all game and Stuart Pierpoint came in as well. All of those are going to be needed this weekend."

Despite those suspended, Hackett has no major injury issues besides defender Darryl Westlake, who is rated as 50/50 to feature.