AFC Tetford and Coningsby FC are just 90 minutes away from an appearance in the semi finals of the Boston and District League’s Target Cup.
Both sides will be hoping to make the most of home advantage in the quarter finals of the competition tomorrow (Saturday).
AFC Tetford entertain Friskney while Coningsby face rivals Sleaford Colts.
Both games kick off at 1.30pm to accommodate the possibility of extra time.
Division Two outfit Tetford will have to be at their best to progress as they face a Friskney side currently riding high in Division One.
The two other quarter final ties see FC Kirton play Riplingdale and Foklkingham while Park United host Freiston.
Coningsby, though, should know all about their opponents as both sides play in the First Division,
Woodhall Spa United and Mareham United are both in action tomorrow in the Premier Division.
Woodhall will be looking to build on their recent in at Mareham when they visit Old Leake.
Rock-bottom Mareham - still looking for their first point of the campaign - travel to mid-table Kirton Town.
In Division Two, Coningsby Reserves visit Nelson while AFC Tetford Reserves are away at Bennington in a Division three clash.