CHRISTLETON will represent Cheshire tomorrow in a huge game that could lead to them playing international football.
The Northern Counties Amateur Championships will pit the league leaders against Kirkham & Wesham, representing Lancashire, at 1pm.
Christleton boss Peter Herbert said: 'It is a massive competition on Saturday - they have got a big reputation.
'There will be Northern and Southern winners, then the winner represents England in Europe at that level - but it will be a very good side to get that far.'
Christleton replay Castrol Social in the CCFA Amateur Cup the week after. Last week, Chris Herbert and a Tom Rowlands penalty matched a strike from Tony Ashton and a Ray Nicholl header.
Paul Hallows is still out with a hamstring injury but Wes Kilgannon may be on the bench this Saturday.
Meanwhile Upton AA's cup match away at Ashville was postponed until tomorrow, but boss John Cadwallader wants the game out of the way.
'Ashville are the favourites because they beat us at home in the league,' he said.
'I'd rather get it out of the way one way or the other and concentrate on the league.'
Mike Moran is missing along with fellow centre back Martin Goulton. But forward Robin Lace has signed.
Blacon's home battle with bottom side Marine Reserves was postponed.
In Division Two, Helsby's clash with Maghull was also postponed and they now face Ashville Reserves.
Christleton Reserves went down 4-3 away to New Brighton Reserves despite an Anthony White own goal.
Willaston lost 3-2 at home to Poulton Vics Reserves and they now face Maghull Reserves away. Chester Nomads are at home to FC Pensby.
In Division Three, Grange Athletic beat Capenhurst Villa Reserves through a Paul Cochran brace and will now play Bronze Social. Blacon YC Reserves drew 3-3 away to St Werburgh's, Pete Grady and a Lee McElmeel brace matching Nathan Mapletoft's hat-trick. Danny Andrews and Matty Woodward made their chances count as Upton AA Reserves beat Willaston Reserves 2-0. Upton now take on Focus and Willaston play Shaftesbury, both at home.