HEREFORD manager Pete Beadle believes there is no reason why his team cannot cause a huge FA Cup upset this weekend.

Beadle's team travel to League One side Fleetwood this Saturday for a second round tie.

Interest in the tie is such that BBC Football Focus will be broadcasting live from the ground, with extended highlights of the match set to be shown on both BBC and BT Sport.

It is the furthest Hereford have got in the competition since their formation two years ago and go into the game having not lost nay game away from home for over a year.

"If we start well and have a bit of luck, then who knows?" said Beadle.

"It is a similar situation to the Eastleigh game.

"No one expected us to beat them but when we score the first goal, you could see that their game changed.

"We are four leagues below Fleetwood but if we have an early free-kick or shot at goal or score first, then the shackles will come off.

"At Bristol Rovers, we were away to Wisbech and it was 0-0 for long periods before we won the game.

"No one wants to be the team that is on the wrong end of an upset.

"It may come down to one chance but I've got the upmost faith in my players that, if the chances arrive, they will be fully focused and will play the game and not the occasion."

John Mills has seven goals in the FA Cup this season and Beadle knows he is the Bulls' biggest goal threat.

"The hardest job is to to put the ball in the back of the net, but he seems to do it with ease," said Beadle.

"When chances come along, he always seems to find the corner of the net."

Hereford are set to be backed by just over 1,000 fans and Beadle knows they have a huge part to play.

"It's a big occasion for the supporters as well and I know they will be fully behind the team," added Beadle.

"If we go behind, I know they will still be supporting us and be our inspiration."

Chris Dixon was one who bought his ticket as soon as they went on general sale last week.

And he is confident the Bulls will get the job done.

"I think it will be a tough game, but if we can pull together then hopefully we can get a good result," he said.

"Fleetwood lost 4-2 against Walsall recently but they're doing ok in their league.

"But with the way we're going at the moment, we look like we can beat any time.

"I absolutely loved the game against Telford.

"That was the first game I managed to get to all season and I loved every moment.

"And now I can't wait to get to Fleetwood."