Cheltenham Town v Chester FC - Vanarama National League
When and where?
Saturday, December 5 at Whaddon Road (GL52 5NA)
Any team news?
The Blues will need to shuffle their defence as Ben Heneghan must serve a one-match ban, having reached five cautions for the season. Captain Ian Sharps is a virtual certainty to come back into the side.
On-loan forwards Calum Dyson and Jamie McDonagh have returned to parent clubs Everton and Sheffield United respectively.
The Robins will have Dillon Phillips between the sticks after the highly-rated goalkeeper, 20, extended his loan deal from Charlton Athletic until the end of the season, a move hailed as an early Christmas present by boss Gary Johnson.
What have the players had to say?
Midfielder Tom Shaw is in bullish mood, saying: "We know they've got some good players but with our squad we can definitely compete with Cheltenham when we are at our best."
Winger Craig Mahon, meanwhile, reckons he's getting back to his best. He said: "I can feel my form coming back. I think at the start of the season I went through a bit of a negative spell where I wasn't doing the things I was doing last year and I picked up a couple of injuries.
"I'm starting to feel a lot better now."
Tell me about Cheltenham...
They're flying. Top of the table by a point and unbeaten in the league throughout October and November. Their last league loss was a 1-0 defeat to Tranmere Rovers on September 26.
What's their recent league form like?
What happened last time the sides met?
The teams played out an entertaining 1-1 draw at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium in August , when Ross Hannah's superb strike was cancelled out by a Kyle Storer goal. A point was a fair result, but the sides have gone in different directions since.
What are the match odds?
Cheltenham 8/13, draw 11/4, Chester 9/2 (bet365)
Is it going to snow?
No! It'll be dry, cloudy and increasingly windy, according to the Met Office. Maximum temperature: 11°C.