THE Slough Town Pundits Panel competition continues this Saturday as Slough Town visit Berkhamsted in the FA Cup first qualifying round.

Here is what our pundits have to say and predict what will happen:

Douglas Maguire: "I expect Slough to ease to a victory with relative comfort, despite it being an away fixture. Not anticipating goals galore but 2-0 is optimistic and realistic. Come on you Rebels!" Berkhamsted 0-2 Slough

James Lally: "The long road to Wembley begins at the Broadwater Stadium and the last time we played an FA Cup fixture here was in 1991 when we were flying high in the Conference and won 4-1, going on to reach the first round proper. It will be a repeat result." Berkhamsted 1-4 Slough

Russell Grove: "Given the recent return to excellent offensive and defensive form for Slough, and the team spirit seemingly evident from the celebrations after the last-minute winner at Farnborough, I expect us to be too strong fro the Spartan League club." Berkhamsted 1 - 5 Slough

Will Paine: "The four years, two months and four days that Steve Bateman was manager of Slough certainly had their moments in the FA Cup with us reaching the first round proper in the 2010/11 season and losing to Mansfield." Berkhamsted 2-2 Slough

Scott McNeish: "After a superb week, gaining six points over the Bank Holiday weekend, Slough come into this tie full of confidence. The Rebels should overcome lower-league opposition and avoid a giant-killing." Berkhamsted 0-4 Slough

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