HEREFORD manager Pete Beadle says it will be a raucous atmosphere on Saturday as the Bulls host AFC Telford United in the first round of the FA Cup.

The Bulls have reported this week that all tickets had been sold for the clash, meaning that it should be a record attendance for a Hereford FC match.

"It will be nice for them to bring as many fans as they're bringing," said Beadle.

"So a full house with a raucous atmosphere.

"That is the magic of the FA Cup and everyone wants to be part of it.

"I think that both teams probably feel they can win the game makes it more exciting, so hopefully it will be a really good game and the best team will win it."

Beadle added that he will wait until tonight's training session to see how everyone is before starting to think about his line up.

"Dinsley is not a million miles way, but I don't think he will be in contention to start, but you never know," added Beadle.

"We've had them watched a couple of times and had reports from a couple of teams that have played them.

"So we'll be as prepared as we can be and one the day if it's the team that settles quickly.

"And if our supporters can make an atmosphere, I know that lifts the players.

"I think it's an opportunity for us to make our mark and make a little bit of history like the previous club.

"We're only in our third season and if we can get into the second round proper, that will be a hell of an achievement.

"But we know we have a real tough game ahead of us and we'll give 100% and see where are at the end of it."