BRIDPORT boss Adam Fricker isn’t aiming to do anything different as his side prepares to face St Austell in their FA Cup extra-preliminary round replay at St Mary’s Field tonight (7.45pm).

Bees’ manager Fricker felt his players simply didn’t take their chances in Cornwall and is also aiming to capitalise on home advantage as Bridport go in search of a win that would net them £1,500 in prize money.

He told Echosport: “I don’t think we’ll do anything different. If we took our chances we probably wouldn’t be having a replay.

“We’ve had a bit of an insight into how they play, so we might tweak a few things but we’re going to set up in the same way with the same intensity.

“It’s quite a long trek for them so it should work in our favour but from our perspective we won’t be relying on that, we’ll be preparing as normal. Hopefully we’ll get a good crowd.”

Fricker revealed his squad has a “clean bill of health” after Braeden Symes recovered from an ankle knock, while Andy Martin and Leighton Thomas return.

Commenting on a potential payday for the club, Fricker said there was no pressure to bring it home.

He said: “It’s not something that the club have put pressure on us to get. We’re not focusing on the money side of things. It would be nice if we could get that for the club but we’re just focusing on St Austell.”