Chester FC v Burnley XI.
When and where?
Tuesday, August 2 (7pm) at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium.
Any team news?
With less than a week to go to the Blues's National League season opener at Gateshead, Blues boss Jon McCarthy may use the game against what is expected to be a young Clarets side to give some minutes to those most in need.
Defender Ross Killock has returned to light training following a hamstring injury and, having missed much of pre-season, may get 45 minutes this evening.
Theo Vassell is another who has been hampered by a niggling injury during the pre-season campaign and he may also get some minutes to help build up his fitness ahead of the trip to the Heed on Saturday.
Sam Hughes and Wade Joyce will likely get some increased minutes against Burnley after appearing from the bench for the last two games as players have just one more game to convince McCarthy that they are worthy of a place in the Blues' starting line-up come 3pm on Saturday.
Tell me about Burnley...
The Clarets returned to the Premier League at the end of last season at the first attempt.
Sean Dyche's side are tipped to struggle once again in English football's top flight but their experience of two season's ago will no doubt stand them in good stead come the big kick-off.
Chester-born Tom Heaton is their regular custodian between the sticks and the England international has established himself at the very highest level, although he is unlikely to play any part this evening.
The Turf Moor outfit are expected to send a side made up of mostly under-21 players to the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium this evening, allowing their young players the chance to test themselves against senior professionals and also providing Blues boss McCarthy the chance to run the rule over members of the Clarets squad who may be available to the loan market.
What happened the last time we met?
Chester drew 2-2 at home to a Burnley development side on a warm evening on July 22, 2014.
Chester, then under the stewardship of Steve Burr, twice came from behind against the Clarets as goals from Jamie Menagh and Matty Brown cancelled out efforts from Jamie Frost and one-time Blues loanee Jadan Hall who handed Burnley the lead in stunning fashion with a 25-yard bullet.
Chester (first half): Worsnop, Taylor, Kay, Charnock, Roberts, Rooney, Dixon, James, Peers, McConville, Iwelumo.
Chester (second half): Hall, Disney, Kay, Brown, Charnock, Rea, Dixon (Durnin 62), Mahon, Riley, Menagh, Hobson.
What is the weather expected to be like?
Overcast with a chance of rain, this evening should make for close conditions with temperatures expected to reach around 20°C come kick-off time.