HEREFORD manager Pete Beadle wants the Bulls faithful to be the 12th man tomorrow as his side looks to claim a famous FA Cup scalp.

Beadle's troops will head to Hampshire to take on National League outfit Eastleigh in the fourth qualifying round.

Eastleigh are struggling in 18th place in the division and with Hereford in red-hot form, an upset could be on the cards.

"I hope we sell out our allocation and even ask for more tickets," said Beadle.

"This club has a lot of history and there's no reason why we cannot get to the first round.

"It's the furthest we have got in the cup since we reformed and it should be a great game.

"We know it will be a really tough challenge, but one we are looking forward to.

"They have got a team full of ex-league players and their coaching staff are also very experienced.

"We will need a lot of luck to go our way because they are a well established side, but it's almost like a 'freebie' game.

"There is no expectation on us to win and for once we are the underdogs."

Hereford watched Eastleigh in action at Boreham Wood last week, while they will viewed the recording of last Saturday's televised game at Wrexham last night.

The club shop at Edgar Street will re-open today at 10am for ticket sales, while tickets will be available on the day of the match.