Barnsley boss Danny Wilson will be 'very disappointed' should his team fail to beat Chester FC in the FA Cup second round replay tonight (7.45pm).

Wilson has doubts over defenders Joe Dudgeon, Peter Ramage, Jean-Yves M’voto and Lewin Nyatanga, and will definitely be without Ryan Williams and Sam Winnall.

Despite those absences, the experienced manager feels his squad have enough to see off the Blues at the second attempt after the goalless draw at Oakwell on December 7 .

Wilson told the Tykes official website he and his players know what to expect at the Swansway Chester Stadium in tonight's game.

"It’s a cup tie and we know what we’re in for," Wilson said.

"The only bonus is that we’re not going into it blind. We know exactly what Chester are capable of. If we want to progress to the next round, that’s what we’ve got to match and go beyond it.

"It’s going to be a very tough game. They showed what they can do. They won’t give us an inch but we’ve got to have that mentality as well. We’re going away from home again, against a team that, really, have nothing to lose and a great deal to gain.

"Still, in some people’s eyes, we’re still favourites but I’ll be very disappointed if we don’t win the game."