THE BBC's decision to screen live Town's FA Cup second-round tie at Worcester City or Chippenham Town might have upped the ante for Monday's replay between the non-League sides.
But the pair, who drew 1-1 on Saturday, have important engagements to complete tomorrow before attention switches to the re-match at St George's Lane.
That's the venue for struggling Worcester's Conference North clash with Hednesford Town.
Andy Preece's second- bottom side are desperate for what would be only a third league win of the season.
Their scheduled clash at fourth-bottom Redditch United on Tuesday was called off because of a waterlogged pitch.
Manager Andy Preece is hoping for a boost on the fitness front after midfielder Jai Stanley, Worcester's record £10,000 buy from Moor Green two years ago, was ruled out of the first Chippenham clash with a knee injury.
Preece also has defender Shabir Khan (groin) and striker James Smith (hand) undergoing fitness tests before the crucial contest with Hednesford.
Southern League Premier Division promotion chasers Chippenham are in FA Trophy action tomorrow.
They head to Hemel Hempstead in the second qualifying round.
Manager Darren Perrin fielded an inexperienced side for Tuesday's Wiltshire Shield semi-final first leg at Swindon Superamarine, who won 1-0.
But he will keen for a good run in the Trophy, a competition in which Chippenham lost 3-0 to Worcester last season.
Perrin accepts there is even more pressure for the Cup replay after news of the TV coverage, which would bring a £75,000 cheque.
"It's unbelievable to think the BBC could come down to Chippenham," he said.
"The replay is now worth more than £120,000."