Holyport will travel to Didcot tomorrow knowing they face a tough test against Didcot Town's Development team, as both sides look to progress in the Hellenic League Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup.
Both are uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East sides and both have had 100% winning starts to the season, with Didcot playing one game more than Port. The Railwaymen are a very well drilled and organised side since their new management took over last season and I believe they beat Holyport in their first game in charge last season.
Port's midweek win was good in the sense they stayed well organised and disciplined against AFC Aldermaston and came back to win the game when under pressure in the second half.
Holyport will be making changes for the game as Rapley returns from injury, DeFranco returns from a work trip. This means Frisky and Deverall are not in the squad due to unavailability.