After notching up its first win of the NPL 2 season last weekend, Murray United kicks off its Football Federation Australia (FFA) Cup campaign at home on Saturday.
United has drawn the newly-promoted Kingston City, as all NPL teams join the competition in the fourth round this weekend.
Coach James Coutts said there will likely be a lot of sore bodies from the victory against Moreland City last weekend, but he will still look to field a strong side.
“Like any game, we want to get a result and the further we can go the better for the club,” Coutts said.
Saturday’s kick-off is at 1pm at Wodonga’s La Trobe University.
The NPL 2 competition resumes the following weekend where United takes on Dandenong Thunder, who currently sit third on the ladder.
Cobram Roar progressed further than any other Albury Wodonga Football Association (AWFA) club, bowing out in round two.