Hayes and Yeading United and Uxbridge will be bidding for a place in the last 16 of the FA Trophy tomorrow (Saturday 10/1) although both face testing second round ties.
Uxbridge entertain Swindon Supermarine at Honeycroft while Hayes & Yeading travel to the New Bucks Head stadium to face AFC Telford.
Due to the current freezing conditions supporters are advised to check before travelling that the matches are on. Both games kick off at 3pm.
Uxbridge have already toppled higher league opponents Boreham Wood, Dorchester Town and AFC Wimbledon in the Trophy so will be confident they can add Swindon Supermarine to that list.
Swindon play one division higher than the Reds in the Southern League Premier Division and currently sit third and have suffered just two defeats in 19 matches.
Their 1-0 win over Blue Square Premier side Eastbourne Borough in the previous round won them the Team of the Round award.
Uxbridge boss Tony Choules has just about a full squad to select from and will be hoping his side can recapture the form of previous rounds rather than the inconsistent league performances that have dogged them all season.
Hayes & Yeading will have to be at their best to topple a Telford side that sit third in the Conference North having suffered just two defeats in the last 25 matches.
They are two points behind leaders Southport and have the best defensive record in the league. They have been further boosted this week by the news that key defender James Meredith has extended his loan from League Two side Shrewsbury Town until the end of the season and will be available for tomorrow's clash.
Apart from long term injuries H&Y have no significant selection problems and will be looking to repeat the form that toppled Blue Square Premier side Grays Athletic (2-0) in the last round rather than their recent league form which has seen them pick up a mere 12 points from a possible 36.