SLOUGH Town joint-manager Jon Underwood wants to win the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup for supporters of the Rebels and club Chairman, Steve Easterbrook, writes Rob Stevens.

The Rebels have reached the semi-finals this season and head to Marlow from the Isthmian League South Central Division tonight (Tuesday, 7.45pm) with the winners to face Reading Under-23s in the final.

Slough have not won the competition since 1981 and, despite being without several cup-tied stars tonight, Underwood explained it has become more of a priority for them.

He told the Observer: "In the earlier rounds, when you're still in the FA Cup, it can't be a priority, but this is massive for us now. We watched the other semi-final and will take this game very seriously.

"We're a little bit depleted with players unavailable and but we want to get into a cup final to give the supporters something to look forward to.

"Our Chairman has been a privilege to work for but, apart from promotion, he hasn't won any cups, so we're looking to win some silverware for him and the supporters.

"We know that Marlow are having a very good season. Mark Bartley [Marlow manager] is a former Slough player so I'm sure he will have them fired up."

Fellow joint-manager Neil Baker has warned that there will not be much between the two sides at Oak Tree Road and that the semi-final tie might not be a football spectacle.

He said: "We have got our hands tied a little bit with the rules, we've only got 13 players available, but we will still have a very good side out.

"Marlow are a decent side and having a really good season. They're doing well at home so we will have to put in a professional performance and do the ugly things well.

"The pitch is something we've got to get to grips with as soon as possible as it's something we're now not used to playing on in the National League South."

Slough will be without Francis Amartey, Billy Clifford, Matthew Lench and Daniel Roberts, who are all cup tied, while Ben Harris is injured and unavailable for the rest of the season.

The Rebels however can call upon Warren Harris, who missed the win at Woking on Saturday due to the birth of his daughter, while Manny Williams is fit despite picking up a slight injury in the victory.