WOODFIELD PARK bid to hold on to the Kirklees Sunday League Top Deck Challenge Cup at AFC Emley's Welfare Ground on Sunday (11.00).
Winning for the first time last season they are confronted by Craven, a side also seeking their second win after victory in 2003.
Craven's lone cup success is something of a surprise as they have won the League title for the last three seasons, but it does show how form goes out of the window for the cup.
Woodfield will be keen to add to last season's success but it promises to be a close encounter as in their only meeting so far this season they have shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.
Craven: Connor (G), Smith, Taylor (R), Stansfield, McKenzie, Davies, Gant (S), Connor (A), Gant (A), Taylor (A), Rider, Kilner, Newiss, Conheeney, Milner, Brennan (J), Brennan (D), Smith.
Woodfield Park: Flynn, Bordman (D), Machon, Sykes, Pearson, Aitken, Skarz, Kidger, Pugh, Bordman (M), Hey, Worsley, Burden, Spink, Jones, Poole, Bordman (R), Hurst.
Referee: Steve Longmore. Assistants: Ian Armitage, David Armitage. Fourth Official: Darren Roberts.
* In the Premiership Michael Carrick has admitted he never expected to be treble chasing in his first season at Manchester United.
The midfielder signed for the Red Devils in an £18.6m deal from Tottenham last summer.
Although the chance of winning major honours was one of the central reasons for his move north, Carrick did not think he would enter the final month of the campaign still retaining an interest in the Premiership title, FA Cup and Champions League.
However, while United head to Everton tomorrow (12.45) boasting a three-point lead over Chelsea at the top of the table, the 25-year-old is refusing to get carried away with what could happen because he is acutely aware how quickly the situation can change.
He said: "We are in such a good position, but it can be thrown away as quickly as we have earned it. We are well aware of that, which is why we are not getting carried away with things."
Chelsea host Bolton tomorrow, also in a 12.45 lunchtime kick-off.