Enfield Town have a chance to reach the FA Cup first round for the first time in their history on Saturday, but face a tough test in the shape of Maidstone United to get there.

It is only the second time Town have even reached the fourth qualifying round - the other in 2015 when they were beaten by Chesham United, coincidentally managed by now manager Andy Leese.

And on the back of a seven-game unbeaten streak, the Enfield boss is confident of his players' ability to handle the occasion against a side two divisions above them.

"Maidstone are a top ten National League team with some talented players and quality that we don’t get to see across our “regular” season," he said. "They are at the level they are for a reason, and they will want to progress in the competition just as much as we do.

"We need to ensure we play the game and not the occasion. I think we will handle that aspect with the experience we have in the squad, including some of our lads who are familiar with playing at this stage of the competition against full time opposition."

The game, at The Gallagher Stadium, kicks off at 3pm on Saturday, with a £12,500 bounty on offer for the victors.