Broughton's extra physical presence may be preferred over Pope, who has struggled for form since his move from Crewe in the summer with only three goals this season.
"They have long throw weapons from both sides of the pitch and It's all about our attitude," said Moore talking to the Star.
"If we get that right we should see it through. But there will be a good atmosphere, it's their big day and they'll be right up for it. It's a typical FA Cup tie, don't do things right and we'll come unstuck.
"I saw enough the other night to know we can't take liberties." he added.