Shepton Mallet hope to avoid same fate as local rivals in FA Vase trip to Bovey Tracey
Shepton Mallet hope to avoid becoming the third Mid-Somerset football team to be sent packing by Bovey Tracey this weekend.
Andrew Jones' side travel to Devon for an FA Vase first round tie against a team that has already knocked Street and Wells City out of the tournament.
Shepton return to league action away to Cheddar on Wednesday (7.30pm).
The reserve team will play their first match under new manager Brad Preece on Saturday when they host Minehead Town in the second round of the Somerset County League Premier/Division 1 Cup.
Former Stoke Rovers boss Preece has replaced Pete Cook, who stood down recently.