Eastleigh chairman Stewart Donald is considering banning the BBC's Football Focus programme from the Silverlake Stadium after again being denied live television coverage.

The Spitfires' FA Cup third-round replay against Bolton Wanderers at the Macron Stadium on Tuesday night has been overlooked for live coverage.

And, should they get through, the fourth-round tie at home to Leeds United will not be televised live either.

Donald told The Times: "One minute we have Football Focus down here talking about the romance of the Cup and the next they tell us we're not being shown live.

"The romance has been lost a bit for me. They want to have their cake and eat it and it would be a bit hypocritical to let the BBC in when we've criticised them."

The five FA Cup fourth-round ties picked out for live television coverage are Derby v Manchester United (BBC), Colchester United v Tottenham/Leicester (BT Sport), Exeter/Liverpool v West Ham (BT Sport), Carlisle/Yeovil v Everton (BT Sport) and Northampton /MK Dons v Chelsea (BBC).

Donald added: "We know that even if we managed to get through into the fourth round, where we would face a real David v Goliath tie against Leeds, we will not get the coverage."

Eastleigh striker James Constable tweeted: "Just shows their lack of interest in non league football, poor from them but not a surprise. Same old @BBC."