Barrow v Chester FC .
When and where?
Tuesday, August 16 (7.45pm) at the Furness Building Society Stadium, Wilkie Road, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA14 5UW.
Any team news?
Chester boss Jon McCarthy will have to reshuffle his pack for the trip to the Bluebirds following James Alabi's straight red card in the 3-1 loss at home to Maidstone United on Saturday.
Alabi, who will be out for three games, could be replaced by summer signing James Akintunde for tonight's clash with the 20-year-old having been used as a substitute twice so far this campaign.
Evan Horwood passed a fitness test to face Maidstone after suffering with a tight hamstring and was withdrawn in the second half on Saturday so could be a doubt while defender Ross Killock is nearing a return to match action and could come into contention for a place on the bench.
Midfielder Ryan Lloyd, signed on loan from Port Vale last week, wasn't involved on Saturday but could feature this evening as McCarthy looks to get a response from his troops following a disappointing showing against the Stones.
Barrow are sweating on the fitness of key trio Danny Livesey, Shaun Beeley and Paul Turnbull ahead of tonight's encounter.
Tell me about Barrow...
One of the teams fancied to be challenging for honours come the end of the season, Barrow are well backed financially and added some serious clout to their squad over the summer.
One player who Blues fans will know all about is striker Ross Hannah, whose 26 goals last season were a huge factor in Chester avoiding the National League drop zone.
Hannah has yet to find the net for the Bluebirds this season and his side sit in 16th after a win, draw and loss from their opening three games.
The Bluebirds will be looking to build on their 1-0 home win over Aldershot Town on Saturday and, in manager Paul Cox, have someone at the helm with experience of winning promotion from non-league football's top tier after he guided Mansfield Town back to the Football League in 2013.
What has Jon McCarthy had to say about it?
"They are a good side," said McCarthy.
"They have been able to buy players who are proven at this level and have got good quality. Away at them is a tough test and we have had a tough start.
"It's a really tough outlook but we will put some belief back into the players."
What happened the last time we met?
The Blues were beaten 2-1 at home by Barrow in the National League last season when the two sides last clashed on March 26 this year.
Hannah, now at Barrow, opened the scoring against his future employers on 37 minutes but Jordan Williams levelled the contest 10 minutes after the break.
Williams grabbed his brace five minutes from time to hand Barrow the win and heap more pressure on then Chester boss Steve Burr.
What are the match odds?
Bet365: Barrow 19/20, Chester 11/4, Draw 5/2.
SkyBet: Barrow 19.20, Chester 5/2, Draw 12/5.
Bwin.com: Barrow 11/13, Chester 11/4, Draw 23/10.
Ladbrokes: Barrow Evens, Chester 13/5, Draw 5/2.
Sporting Bet: Barrow 10/11, Chester 5/2, Draw 23/10.
What is the weather expected to be like?
A fine and sunny day in Cumbria is expected throughout with temperatures set to be around 20°C around kick-off time this evening.