SLOUGH Town continue to make progress in the FA Cup this season after a 4-0 win away at Bristol Manor Farm on Tuesday.

The Rebels took a clear lead into the break in the third qualifying round replay thanks to goals from George Wells and Warren Harris.

The visitors secured the victory after half-time at The Creek with goals from Matthew Stevens, his sixth goal in as many matches, and substitute Louie Soares.

Slough joint-manager Jon Underwood told the Observer: “We’re delighted to ge through and everyone played their part. It was very professional.

“It was a very similar situation to Sholing in the previous round. We weren’t at the races or ruthless enough on Saturday and I was disappointed not to progress then but, like Sholing, we were much more on it in the replay.

“We started very well to get ourselves two goals in front, but the referee could have given a penalty and sent off Mark Nisbet for handball in the box.

“We thought it hit his hand so we got away with that one a little bit because it would’ve turned the game.

“It was a very comfortable win aside from that. After the third goal went in Bristol started to run out of legs but we were still creating chances, so the 4-0 scoreline didn't flatter us."

Slough have been drawn away to Eastbourne Borough in the fourth qualifying round tie, which is due to take place on Saturday 20th October (3pm).

The Rebels won 4-2 at Priory Lane in the National League South three and a half weeks ago.

Underwood said: "Eastbourne are a good team but we've already had a great day and a great win there with 10-men.

"They're a good side and made a couple of signings recently to strengthen them. There's very little in it between the two sides.

"We've really got to make sure we're still in the hat the following Monday by either bringing them back to Arbour Park or getting a win there.

"It's probably the draw that we want because we seem to be struggling at home to lower-league teams at the moment."

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