BOSS Paul Collicutt reckons Evesham United have only themselves to fear this season.

The Robins will be looking to continue a run of three straight wins in tomorrow’s FA Trophy preliminary round tie at home to Southern League Division One West rivals Cirencester Town (3pm).

United bagged a 1-0 win from a corker at the home of the Centurions 11 days ago but their opponents have since undergone a few changes in personnel.

Despite the shake-up, Collicutt has no qualms over facing a new-look Town team, provided his own charges perform to their potential.

“Charlie (Griffin, Cirencester manager) started with what he felt was a good squad and unfortunately for them things have not gone the way he had hoped,” said Collicutt.

“He had to get rid of one or two to bring in others. It is never easy but they will come to make life difficult for us at the Jubilee.

“They only team I fear is our own. When we’re right we can make it very hard for the opposition but we have proved not once but twice already this season that if we’re not we’ll get beaten.

“That’s football and why we love and hate it. You can never guarantee, especially at semi-professional level, how players will be.

“This is why the league is so open this season.”

The winners will bag £3,000 in prize money and visit either Salisbury or Paulton Rovers in the first qualifying round.