WOOLDALE Wanderers are seeking a record-breaking eighth victory in the District League's Barlow Cup final at the Galpharm Stadium tonight (7.00).
The Holme Valley club are tied on seven triumphs with Brackenhall United, who no longer exist.
And a victory over neighbours Scholes would put them out on their own.
Wooldale start as favourites by virtue of being in the top flight as opposed to Scholes, who are mid-table in Division II.
But derbies frequently turn out to be close-fought affairs with neither side wanting to give an inch.
Wooldale must be wary of the match going to extra time, for so far, Scholes have been successful on three occasions when matches have broken the 90-minute barrier.
They beat Lindley Liberal 4-3, Mount 5-4 and Slaithwaite 5-4 on penalties after extra time ended with the score 5-5!
In fact, the only match not to need an additional half hour was the semi-final, when they beat Diggle 2-1.
Wooldale's route to the final has been more straightforward.
They beat Kirkheaton Rovers 2-1, Britannia Sports 2-1, Meltham 2-1 and neighbours New Mill 94 3-1.
The clubs have met only once previously in a cup final.
That was way back in 1922, when they clashed in the then-Holmfirth League's Groom Cup (the trophy was given to the District League when the Holmfirth League disbanded).
The game took place at New Mill and drew more than 1,000 spectators, with Scholes winning 1-0.
Will it be the same outcome this time, or will Wooldale stamp their name firmly on the trophy?
Scholes: Hall, Castle, Hallas, Corcoran, Lomas, Dyson, Waterhouse, Pamment, Osborne, Edwards, Coldwell, Preece, Large, Bale, Stead, Hirst.
Wooldale: Peacock, Sykes, Brooke, Rowbottom, Horn, Holmes, Coles, Gill, Bradley, Denton (T), Denton (R), Gill, Burgin, Green, Goldsborough, Clayton, Brown.
Referee: Ron Cushing. Assistants: Paul Wilkinson, Ian Mellor.