Wealdstone will be out to burst Harlow Town's FA Cup bubble when the sides clash at Barrow Farm on Saturday.
The Hawks are flying high with confidence after they dumped Blue Square South side St Albans City out of the FA Cup with a stunning 3-2 victory in Tuesday's second qualifying round tie.
And it seems Harlow are developing a penchant for getting out of the blocks and finishing with a flourish, something Gordon Bartlett's men must be mindful of. Jamie Richards put Harlow ahead after just 36 seconds before Danny Green scored the winner three minutes from full time.
And if the Stones' recent sequence of Ryman Premier results is to be read into then a goal-fest is on the cards. After beating Sutton United 4-0 at Grosvenor Vale, the Stones forgot their shooting boots as a late goal condemned them to a 1-0 defeat to Margate. However, Bartlett's troops bounced back with a 4-1 demolition of Hendon before following it up with a 3-0 home reversal to Tooting and Mitcham.
Bartlett, who is understood to be after a new face ahead of Saturday's trip, then takes his side to AFC Hornchurch for Tuesday's rearranged match.
The Urchins also claimed an FA Cup scalp in the form of another Blue Square South outfit, Bromley, who they beat 1-0. They have won one, drawn one and lost two league games at home this season. * Last season (against Harlow): won 2-1 (H), drew 1-1 (A). Against AFC Hornchurch: won 2-0 (H), lost 1-0 (A).