BIDEFORD are unhappy about having to play the next round of the FA Carlsberg Trophy on a Sunday.
After winning 3-2 at Swindon Supermarine in first round qualifying, Bideford have been drawn away to Hendon.
The Isthmian League club share a ground with Harrow Borough who have a home fixture on Saturday, November 2.
It means Bideford will travel to London to face the mid-table Premier Division club on Sunday, November 3.
Manager Sean Joyce said: "It's a Saturday cup and all of a sudden they are dictating we have got to go up there on a Sunday.
"Home advantage is so important in this cup – we are all very much at the same level – and with it being on a Sunday it makes it even worse."
Joyce praised his players for a "tremendous win" at Swindon, achieved without Owen Howe, who was suspended, and Ashley Yeoman, who was not cleared to play after joining on loan from Torquay United. Yeoman will be eligible for the next round.
Strikers Howe and Yeoman are available again for the home game against St Neots Town in the Calor League on Saturday. Matt Hockley, Ian Sampson and Saul Halpin are unavailable and Steve Orchard is recovering from injury.
Joyce was disappointed the game at Redditch United on Monday had to be postponed because the Worcestershire club had a Trophy tie rescheduled for last night.
It means by Saturday, unbeaten Bideford will have gone 18 days since their last game in the league.They want to avoid a repeat of last season's fixture congestion.
"Fatigue cost us last year, playing so many games in a short space of time," said Joyce.
"The last league game was Chippenham and that feels like months ago. If we could play Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the moment, I'd keep them coming.The boys are flying."
Bideford forward Sean Downing has told the North Devon Journal he felt honoured to pull on an England shirt when he played for an FA Select XI against Devon in a match marking the 125th anniversary of the county association. "Wearing the England shirt is what you dream of," said Downing.
Barnstaple Town's spirit returned to lift them out of their slump. After three successive defeats in the Toolstation Western League, Barnstaple hit back with a 4-2 win away to fellow First Division side Almondsbury UWE in the FA Carlsberg Vase.
Tom Marsh and Billy Tucker struck two goals each to set up a home tie against Hallen in the second round.
Tom Bulley, the Barnstaple manager said: "It was a fantastic result for us. We had that fighting spirit back in us. We have been lacking that bit of bite in the last couple of games."