Huddersfield Town might be making the 170-mile trek to Norwich City, but plenty of the danger they face comes from close to home.
Huddersfield-born striker Cameron Jerome is the Canaries’ top scorer with nine goals.
And former Leeds United midfielder Jonny Howson has notched three goals in his last four games.
Jerome, 28, joined Norwich from Stoke City on a three-year deal in August.
The former Cardiff City and Birmingham City man has netted 91 career goals.
Jerome, whose dad Hanson played for the original Emley and Brackenhall United, played junior football for Stile Common.
His younger brothers Sam and Ruben are both at Northern Counties East League leaders AFC Emley, who visit Dronfield Town.
Jerome’s only other appearance against Town was for Birmingham when they were beaten 2-1 at the John Smith’s Stadium in the third round of the FA Cup in January 2008.
Howson, 26, came through the Leeds academy and played more than 200 games before moving to Norwich in January 2012.
He sealed last Saturday’s 1-0 home win at Wigan Athletic.
Boss Neil Adams said: “I thought it was an excellent goal.
“Cam Jerome won the header. Gary Hooper looked after it and Jonny provided an excellent finish.
“He can do that. He has the running power to do it. That is the key to Jonny’s game.
“He can run beyond strikers, he can get up and down and he is another in the squad who has a fantastic attitude.
“If you asked him to play in goal he would do it without batting an eyelid, it is ‘tell me where I am playing, boss, and I will do it’ and his finishing was outstanding again.
“I used him on the right against Wigan, I have used him centrally, we have used him as a number 10 if you like and he is just an all-round player.
“He has a goal in him because of the desire he has got.”