Hayes & Yeading United and Oxford United will both be out to prove a point in the Good Friday clash at Church Road (3pm).
Garry Haylock's men are determined to bounce back from Saturday's 8-0 defeat at Luton Town while Oxford want to avenge the 2-1 defeat they suffered to United at the Kassam Stadium just over three weeks ago.
Former Oxford hero Steve Basham scored both goals in that wonderful victory, which showed Hayes & Yeading can be a match for anyone on their day. The loan striker was forbidden from playing against the Hatters, his parent club, but he is expected to be restored to the starting line-up tomorrow.
He could replace Scott Fitzgerald, who is still feeling a niggle in the troublesome right knee which recently kept him sidelined.
Fitzgerald said: "We played very well at Oxford and showed what we can do. Hopefully we can go and match them again and get the win.”