Uxbridge expect their biggest crowd for several seasons at Honeycroft tomorrow (Saturday) for the visit of AFC Wimbledon in the first round of the FA Trophy.
Having beaten Conference South outfit Dorchester Town in the previous round the Reds will be looking to cause another upset against Wimbledon, manager by former Hayes boss and favourite Terry Brown.
Brown will come up against Kevin and David Warner, whom he signed when he was Hayes manager. AFC currently sit fourth in the Conference South table, one place above Hayes & Yeading United.
Fans are advised to arrive early for what is expected to be Uxbridge's biggest crowd for a number of years.
Hayes & Yeading United are also at home in the first tound of the Trophy with Conference Premier side Grays Athletic the visitors to Church Road.
Grays have a fine pedigree in the competition having twice lifted the Trophy in 2005 and 2006.
However, the Essex side are currently struggling in the relegation zone of the Blue Square Premier in 22nd place and with home advantage Garry Haylock will be looking for his side to progress to the next round against Grays, who are only seven places above United in the pyramid.
With strikers Scott Fitzgerald and Kieran Knight ruled out with long-term injuries Haylock will be looking to have Josh Scott back leading the attack while defender Matt Rugby returns from suspension and Steve Perkins could be in contention after a calf injury.
Both matches kick off at 3pm.