Hayes and Yeading United bid for FA Cup glory tomorrow (Saturday) when they face Blue Square Premier Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium in the fourth qualifying round.
United will be looking to cause an upset against their full-time rivals but Oxford, who boast the best gates in the Conference of more than 4,000, represent a very stiff test despite sitting by their standards a disappointing 18th in the Premier table.
However, the rewards are huge with not only £12,500 on offer but the possibility of more riches in the first round proper.
Oxford have been boosted ahead of the clash with the news that on loanees top scorer James Constable (from Shrewsbury) and his strike partner Jamie Guy (Colchester United) have been given permission by their clubs to play against Hayes & Yeading. A third on loan striker, Lewis Haldane from Bristol Rovers, in also available.
The main injury doubt for Oxford is skipper Joe Burrell, with the former Wycombe Wanderers midfielder struggling to overcome a calf injury picked up several weeks ago.
Hayes & Yeading boss Garry Haylock will be hoping that key defender Tom Cadmore will be fit after missing the last three games with an ankle injury, during which time United have shipped eight goals in his absence.