THE eyes of the country will be focused on the market town of Hereford this Sunday (kick-off 1pm) as two giantkillers meet in the FA Cup.
Wrexham take the short trip south aiming to get a morale boasting victory after a dismal spell in the league and will have to do it live on BBC1.
But they'll face a defensively sound Hereford side who have only let in six goals at Edgar Street all season.
Ex-Wrexham centre-half Graham Turner is director of football and chairman of Hereford, a club currently struggling with debts over £1.4m.
After a bad start to the season, Turner relieved himself of first team duties and handed them over to head coach Phil Robinson, who played under him at Wolves and Aston Villa.
Robinson is also an important player for the team and made his first start of the season against Doncaster in Saturday s 0-0 draw.
The strong defensive record is built around the centre-back partnership of Tony James and Ian Wright. James joined on a free transfer from West Brom and the skilful defender is seen as one of the Bulls most prized assets.
Old campaigner Wright had a long league career with clubs including Stoke and Bristol Rovers. They will shield young keeper Matt Baker who has been a solid performer for Hereford after replacing the injured number one Scott Cooksie.
The major blow for Hereford is that exciting full-back Matt Clarke is missing through suspension. His place is expected to be taken by John Shirley.
But on-loan left-back Tony Capaldi has been cleared to play. The Birmingham City defender has two months of his loan left at Edgar Street.
In midfield should be the veteran Robinson, together with two players taken from the West Midlands League James Quiggin is a young prospect while John Snape is a more experienced man who never quite made it into league football.
One man to watch out for is youth prospect Paul Parry. A winger of some skill, he is attracting notice.
And up front another local lad making good is striker Gavin Williams, who has already bagged five goals this season, including the winner in their 1-0 at Dover to get into the first round proper.
Choosing his partner maybe the hardest job for Robinson.