Next up: Hinckley United. Venue: Middlefield Lane. Date: Tuesday, February 8: THE Motormen were originally set to go to Hinckley in December but their Leicestershire hosts' FA Cup exploits in front of live BBC television cameras meant the fixture was moved.
Hinckley had reached the second round proper of the FA Cup for the second time in three seasons having previously gone out 2-0 at home to Third Division Cheltenham Town in 2002 and were entertaining Coca Cola League One side, Brentford.
With the Match of the Day crew in town, the Nationwide North outfit put up a good show in front of the cameras, holding their more illustrious visitors to a goalless draw before eventually bowing out 2-1 in a replay in West London.
The rearrangement of the Vauxhall fixture should have ensured that Owen Brown's squad would be travelling to a purpose-built £4m 22-acre complex including a sports injury clinic and gym but ambitious Hinckley's new stadium is not yet ready.
The club had hoped to move into their new home called The Marstons Stadium, at De Montford Park, on Boxing Day against Midlands rivals Kettering Town.
However, problems with health and safety saw the big day put back to Ashton United, on January 29, while an unresolved issue with the Highways Authority have forced a further delay resulting in February 26, versus Bradford Park Avenue, being pencilled-in as a debut.
One of the youngest clubs in non-league football, United came into existence in 1997 when Hinckley Athletic (formed 1889) merged with neighbours, Hinckley Town (1958).
The venture took place in an attempt to bring a higher class of football to the area and the new club made their first strides upwards in 2001 when former Wimbledon, Northampton and Notts County player, Dean Thomas steered them to the Dr Marten's Western Division Championship as manager.
After a couple of seasons of consolidation in the Dr Marten's Premier Division, a sixth-place finish in the 2003-04 campaign booked Hinckley's place in the new Nationwide North.
There's plenty of experience in the current Hinckley side and club captain and player-coach Stuart Storer, 37, is a veteran of 373 Football League appearances, mostly with Bolton Wanderers and Brighton & Hove Albion.
Centre back Storer booked his place in Seagulls folklore by scoring the last ever goal at Brighton's Goldstone Ground.
Striker Paul Barnes, also 37, played professionally for many years with Notts County, Stoke City, York City, Birmingham City, Burnley, Bury and Doncaster Rovers.
In 2003 he helped the latter back into the Football League and was the Conference's top scorer with 25 goals.
Right wing-back Neil Cartwright, son of former Welsh international Les, and Jamie Lenton, who operates on the left of midfield, have both played more than 200 appearances for the club. Form guide: Jan 29 v Ashton United (H) postponed; Jan 22 L 0-1 v Droylsden (A); Jan 18 L 0-3 v Barrow (A); Jan 15 W 2-0 v Stalybridge Celtic (A); Jan 11 W 2-1 v Moor Green (H).