WELLING manager Adrian Pennock has done plenty of homework on Town.
The 34-year-old has spent much of the past week poring over DVD footage of Peter Jackson's side.
He's also studied the report provided by scout Ash Stagg from Town's 1-1 draw against Swindon and put his squad through two intensive sessions of preparation.
So Pennock, in his first managerial post, will travel north tomorrow happy The Wings are ready to fly against a team three tough divisions higher in the football pyramid.
"Realistically, if Huddersfield have a bad day and we have a very good day then something might happen," said Pennock, who has played at the stadium with both Bournemouth and his local club Gillingham.
"The only thing we can make sure of is that we give it a really good go, and that's what we intend to do.
"Huddersfield are going well, Peter Jackson has done an excellent job there and you have to respect people like Andy Booth, who has had a terrific career, but this is an FA Cup-tie and, like any other game, we want to win if we can."
After fine wins against Boreham Wood, Harrow Borough and Dorchester in the competition, hopes on Sunday rest mainly with nine-goal leading scorer Danny Kedwell, who has netted four in the last three games.
"He has done ever so well considering he was playing only Kent League last season," explained Pennock.
"I went to watch him playing a few times for Herne Bay (where he scored 27 goals last term) and I always felt he could adapt at higher level.
"He has done exceptionally well for us and he's proving a real handful for defenders."
Kedwell was part of a huge changeover of personnel during the summer, when Pennock moved out 12 players and created his own squad on a tight budget.
"They money wasn't there to go on paying our way through, so I did a lot of wheeling and dealing," he said.
"We've got only a small squad and, at times, we've had only two people on the bench, but that's how you have to work at our level.
"The lads have done tremendously well, though, and this tie is a great reward for them. To think we played at Maidenhead last weekend, where they have tiny changing rooms and far from the best facilities, and we're now going to Huddersfield, with a stadium second to none, it's just brilliant for everyone connected with our club."