CONCORD Rangers boss Danny Scopes has called on his side to be more clinical when they head to Slough Town for an FA Trophy third qualifying round replay tonight.

The two National League South outfits could not be separated in the initial tie on Saturday, with the contest ending goalless at the Aspect Arena.

Although Beach Boys goalkeeper Chris Haigh made an impressive early penalty save, Concord dominated proceedings and Scopes hopes his side’s missed chances do not come back to haunt them.

“It was a missed opportunity and we have to make sure that we don’t regret that,” said Scopes.

“We were certainly the better team in the second half and on the front foot.

“I thought we were the team looking to win the game and it’s frustrating that we didn’t get the job done in the initial tie.

“We didn’t want a replay but that’s the way it has gone and we have to be professional.

“They are a good side at home and have lots of support.

“Slough will be confident of going through after taking us back to their place but we won’t sit back because that doesn’t suit us.

“We need to take our chances this time and we have nothing to lose.”

The side which emerges victorious in tonight’s replay will head to Kent in the first round of the competition as they are set to face the winners of the tie involving Maidstone United and Dartford.

Maidstone and Dartford, who also ply their trade in the second tier of non-league football, were involved in a 2-2 draw at the weekend.