TAUNTON Town face a midweek cup tie tonight (7.45pm), as they travel to take on Weston-super-Mare for a place in the Somerset Premier Cup semi-finals.

The quarter-final will not take place at Weston's Optima Stadium, however, after a failed pitch inspection.

This has meant a venue change to Keynsham Town's AJN Stadium, which has a 3G playing surface but necessitates a longer trip up the M5 and around Bristol for Peacocks fans.

The match is a repeat of the 2018/19 Premier Cup final, which Weston won 2-1 thanks to two Sam Hendy goals.

The sides also met in the 2016/17 final, which saw Taunton triumph 4-2.

The Seagulls have won their last three Southern League Premier South matches - against Walton Casuals (1-0), Wimborne Town (5-0) and Dorchester Town (2-1) - to move up to eighth spot, six points behind Taunton in sixth place.

Both teams are expected to rotate their squads, with the Peacocks set to field a mix of first team players and young prospects.

The winner of tonight's match will host Hengrove Athletic in the semi-finals, after they defeated Cheddar 3-0 in their quarter-final earlier this month.