Hanworth Villa have been drawn at home to Morpeth Town in the fifth round of the FA Vase – should they make it through their postponed fourth round tie.
The Villains were due to host Eastbourne United in the fourth round on Saturday, but a waterlogged pitch at Rectory Meadow put paid to the game.
The two teams will try again this Saturday (January 25), as they battle it out for the right to face Morpeth in the last 16.
Morpeth are a Northern League Division One side from Northumbria, having been promoted from Division Two last season.
They have been playing in the Northern League (equivalent of the Combined Counties League) since 1994, having won the Northern Alliance (equivalent of the Middlesex County League) for the second time that year.
Like Villa, they have already set a new club record in the FA Vase this year, their previous best being reaching the fourth round 10 years ago.
In the meantime, Villa are awaiting to hear if their Combined Counties Premier game at Frimley Green tomorrow night will beat the weather.