BILLERICAY Town and East Thurrock United have learned who their potential FA Trophy quarter-final opponents could be ahead of tonight’s replays.

Town will welcome National League South side Wealdstone if they come through a replay against Harrogate this evening.

While Rocks face a trip to either Workington Reds or Bromley in the last eight, if they defeat Spennymoor Town in Corringham.

And although he accepts Billericay face a significant challenge tonight, head coach Harry Wheeler admits the draw was a good one for his team.

He said: “It is a home tie but we really can’t think about it. All I will say though is, if we get through, it could have been a lot worse - as we have a home draw and avoided the likes of Leyton Orient.

“The focus is very much on tonight and we have a good opportunity to get through. We have all learned a lot this season and we have had some excellent wins at home in the cup.

“We have beaten Havant & Waterlooville and Brackley Town in the cup, and we face a very good team tonight. They have outstanding individual quality and on our pitch we can have a real good go.

“I think it will be a good game and we have a very good chance if we can get the maximum out of every player.”

And Rocks chief John Coventry is not underestimating the size of the task either, as temperatures continue to drop.

“The pitch will be OK, with my only concern about the freezing temperatures,” he said. “I will be getting there early to see how it is.

“These are the games people want to play in and I am not thinking about the quarter-final. You would expect Bromley to come through that but that match doesn’t matter at the moment.

“The away trip is about staying in and we have done that so I don’t now want the players to think this is the easier bit. Spennymoor’s home and away record is very good so it will be tough.”