WELLLINGTON will be looking to cause an FA Vase upset this weekend when they host Midland Football League side Worcester City.

The first round qualifying tie will see the winner claim £550 in prize money and a place in the next round.

Despite sitting a tier below Worcester in the non-league football pyramid and having several players missing, Welly manager Gary Stevens hopes his side will give City a good challenge.

"It will be a big game and is the biggest side we have played in a cup competition," said Stevens.

"I know they have gone down a little bit since they lost their ground and were relegated, but they are still very good.

"I don't have a full squad any week and have two players at a wedding, another one away somewhere and two on holiday.

"So out of the squad we are five short, but we will still be very competitive and have got a good bunch of lads this year.

"It would be nice to get a win and get some money for the club and hopefully there will also be a few attending as Worcester are one of the better non-league sides in the area.

"I know they are on hard times at the moment but they have got a big reputation and it wasn't that long ago they were beating league sides."

Wellington made it two wins from two league games on Saturday when they beat Moreton Rangers 2-1.

Stevens' side dominated the opening stages but missed several chances.

Their visitors responded and rattled the crossbar with a long ranged curling effort.

At the second time of asking Rangers took the lead when Lee Brooks struck 12 minutes before the break.

Welly responded and Joe Davies pulled the hosts level from a corner just before the break.

Saul Thomas then netted the winner four minutes after the break and his side saw out the tie.

Talking about the standard of opposition his side have faced in their opening two uhlsport Hellenic League Division One West league matches, Stevens added: "They have been reasonably good and very well organiser.

"They were both quite big physically but not as aggressive going into tackles.

"The sidelines are certainly not as aggressive."