It will be the haves against the have nots when Winchester come to Whitehawk in the third round of the FA Vase on Saturday.

The Hampshire club have a reputation as the big-spenders of the Wessex League where they have lost just once this season.

A local businessman has been funding the club out of his own pocket and some of their players are reportedly getting paid three-figure weekly wages.

They reached the quarter-finals of the competition last year, beating Burgess Hill 2-1 along the way, and among their big-name players is former Southampton defender Mark Blake.

Another one the Hawks will have to look out for is striker Andy Forbes who has scored 31 goals this season, but former Bournemouth professional Danny Smith is definitely out with a broken toe.

Ian Chapman hopes to have a full squad to chose from with only striker Simon Rowland a doubt with an ankle injury.

Withdean will field a team of youngsters in their FA Vase clash at Bideford tomorrow.

Manager Bob Hitchcock is unable to call upon any senior players from sister club Worthing, who have a number of injury problems. This includes former Albion forward Darren Freeman who has been recalled from his loan spell at Withdean.

New signing Joe Keehan, from Whitehawk, is cup-tied.

Three Bridges boss Sammy Donnelly wants to land a punch for Sussex clubs in their Vase trip to Andover.

Donnelly said: "They have a good record against Sussex sides. They have beaten Arundel 5-0, Sidlesham 5-2 and East Preston 3-2.

"I have watched them twice and they are not as good as Diss, who we beat in the last round, which is why I feel we have every chance of progressing providing we have a bit of luck."

Bridges are without injured duo Scott Langridge and Joe Clark.