SLOUGH Town joint-manager Jon Underwood has explained the Rebels will not take their foot off the gas in the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup tonight (Tuesday), writes Rob Stevens.

Slough travel to National League South rivals Hungerford Town for a quarter-finals tie at Bulpit Lane (7.45pm).

Underwood said the Rebels would make changes for the tie but still want to win the match as the competition has taken on a new-found importance in the New Year.

He told the Observer: "We will make a few changes but the county cup is really important for us now. It's the other competition that we're in and we want to try and win it.

"I would imagine that we will make two or three changes but it won't be wholesale. We will tweak it and give one or two a breather that desperately need it.

"There are players that have played an awful lot of football recently and some very good ones that have been sat on the bench and not playing.

"We want to go there and win the game so we won't be taking out foot off the gas."

Slough will be without Matthew Lench (cup tied) and Dejon Noel-Williams, who returns to Oxford United at the end of this week, but welcome back Nathan Smart and Ben Harris.

The Rebels beat Chalfont St Peter 6-3 back in November to reach the quarter-finals while Hungerford beat Beaconsfield Town are home.