WELLING United manager Adrian Pennock today promised Town a ding-dong FA Cup battle.
Riding high in Conference South, Welling are expected to bring over 500 fans to Sunday's 1pm first-round tie at the Galpharm.
And Pennock - just named Manager of the Month for October in their division - is determined to make it a day to remember for the part-timers, who have lost only once all season.
"We know there's a massive gulf between the clubs but, in the FA Cup, you never know what might happen and our boys will certainly be up for it," said Pennock, whose team train tonight for the second time this week.
"It's a special day for everyone at our club and we are going to enjoy it, but we are not just coming to make up the numbers - we are going to give it a real go.
"We are having a really good season, the spirit is great and, for most of my lads, this is the biggest game of their careers so they are really looking forward to it."
Town had winger Chris Brandon (ankle) back in full training today and he is expected to be fit.
Striker John McAliskey, however, was visting a specialist today about a suspected hernia problem.
Town's Daniel Broadbent is in the England Under 16s' starting line-up against Northern Ireland (Victory Shield) in Chester tonight. Alex Smithies is on the bench.