GRESFORD ATHLETIC will be looking for a positive start when they head to Ruthin Town in the quarter-finals of the North East Wales FA Cup tonight.

Gresford assistant boss Jonathan Hill-Dunt said: “Ruthin have had a great end to the season, especially since Dave Evans has taken over.

“We started really poorly in the last game, allowing them a two-goal lead. We can’t afford to start slowly tonight. It’s a chance to end the season with silverware.

“We’re really looking forward to the game.”

Gresford boss Eddie Maurice-Jones said: "We have a few injury concerns within the group that might miss the match. Adam Hesp and Toby Gallagher-Keenan both picked up injuries last weekend against Buckley.

"Charley Edge is suffering following his marathon run Sunday and Lewis Dutton is cup-tied. This will give opportunities to others that I'm sure they will take."