WEALDSTONE head into tonight's FA Trophy second qualifying round with Harrow Borough hoping to avoid a repeat of Saturday's late controversy,
Rocky Baptiste struck in the eighth minute of added time to make it 2-2 and kept Borough in with the prospect of a trip to Farnborough in the next round.
The amount of injury time saw the normally mild-mannered Stones boss Gordon Bartlett have a fit of rage upon the final whistle, letting the referee know his feelings in no uncertain terms.
However, Bartlett, who anticipates making a few changes for tonight's game at Grosvenor Vale, is confident his team can finish off the job at the second time of asking.
"Saturday was the first time I've ever come close to being like Alex Ferguson", he said, referring to the Manchester United's boss infamous 'hairdryer treatment'. "I just didn't know where all that time came from. But it's happened and now we go again tonight."
Defender Alan Massey is a doubt for the game and Bartlett says a few changes are inevitable with Sunday's FA Cup game with Rotherham United drawing nearer.
"It's a damned if I do, damned if I don't situation," he said. "We've got five days rest between tonight and Sunday's game and I would be wrong to devalue the competition (if I made wholesale changes tonight).
"I can't get excited about Sunday as all I am concentrating on is tonight's game."