IF it boils down to a choice between a trip to the Racecourse this evening or a night in front of the televison, supporters of Wrexham FC - as opposed to the majority of day-trippers to Cardiff last month - will be out in force cheering on manager Denis Smith and his players.
There's simply no contest between the relegation-threatened Dragons' must-win League One clash with Brentford and the counterattraction of Liverpool's Champions League semi-final second leg with Chelsea.
Regardless of the outcome of the Anfield clash and the multi-million pound reward which awaits the winning side, the cash-rich Premiership looks after its own very nicely, thank you.
For Wrexham, on the other hand, already engaged in an off-the-field battle for survival as members of the Football League, the difference between monies disbursed to League One clubs and those in League Two could be the key to securing a solid financial base for the future.
And while there are points to play for, the Dragons can stay up. Smith believes that, his players believe it too.
Tonight, as in the previous two games, Wrexham's destiny is in their own hands.
With the help of the fans, it's not beyond them to keep the dream alive.