Financially-crippled Bolton won't be underestimated by Eastleigh - Reason
Non-league Eastleigh will not underestimate Bolton despite the Sky Bet Championship club's financial worries overshadowing their FA Cup third-round replay.
The Wanderers avoided HM Revenue and Customs' High Court attempt to have them liquidated on Monday because of an unpaid tax bill of £2.2million and have been granted a five-week extension to come up with a rescue plan.
Eastleigh, the only non-league side left in the competition, were within three minutes of causing an upset 10 days ago and midfielder Jai Reason insists despite the upheaval at the Macron Stadium they cannot afford to be complacent.
"No matter what is going on behind the scenes, they are Championship players," the 26-year-old Reason told PA Sport.
"We're still a non-league side -- albeit hoping to be a Football League side one day -- so we've got to give them respect.
"But I think we've gained their respect by the way we played and they have seen how we can cause them trouble now."
The National League side have missed out on a television game for the second successive time and Reason is not alone in expressing his anger.
He added: "It's disgusting. How can you be the only non-league team, a potential upset to go to the fourth round and you can't even get on the telly?"
League Two Wycombe are also looking to cause an upset against Aston Villa.
The Premier League side have endured troubles of their own this season, although that has been on the pitch with relegation looking inevitable, and although Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth knows what counterpart Remi Garde is going through he intends to take advantage.
"As a man, I empathise with Remi Garde and I empathise with the Villa fans because I've been there and I've seen it and I've felt it, and it's not nice," he said.
"[But] as a manager and a professional I'll try and take advantage of the situation in a positive way where it might give us a chance. If we can upset the crowd early on, if we can upset things early on, then we'll go for it.
"You pick up on these little moments on and off the pitch that maybe you can see a chink of light in and take advantage [of], so that's what we'll do.
"But I've been there so I know it's a tough place at the moment to be an Aston Villa fan or an Aston Villa manager."
Other third-round replays see West Brom travel to Championship side Bristol City, Ipswich head to League Two Portsmouth while Championship rivals Reading and Huddersfield replay at the Madejski Stadium for the right to host Walsall.
MK Dons, two points clear of the relegation zone in the Championship, face a tough test in their replay at League Two high-fliers Northampton, with the incentive for both sides being a plumb home tie in the next round against Chelsea.
Everton await the winners of the all-League Two clash between Yeovil and Carlisle, while Bradford and Bury replay at Valley Parade.