CHESTER City hope to extend their unbeaten run to seven matches tonight, when they visit Solihull Borough in an FA Umbro Trophy fourth round replay.
City will be without long-term injury victims Iain Jenkins (thigh) and Carl Ruffer (knee), but otherwise they have a full squad to select from.
During their six-match unbeaten sequence - their best spell of the season - Chester have also kept six clean sheets.
Manager Mark Wright is looking for a continuation of their mean defending tonight.
"We've been impressive defensively during our recent games, and I am looking to the lads to continue with that form," he said.
"It won't be an easy game because they (Solihull) are a well organised side and will be keen to grab the scalp of a Conference outfit.
"Another factor will be the pitch, because there has been a lot of rain in the Midlands recently and the ground is bound to be extremely heavy." Solihull, who are managed by former Coventry City defender David Busst, play in the Dr Martens League, Western Division, which is two levels beneath the Nationwide Conference.
The winners of tonight's game will host either Hereford United or Hampton and Richmond in the fifth round on Saturday, February 23.
CHESTER CITY (probable): W Brown, Woodyatt, Lancaster, Bolland, Brabin, Carden, McGorry, Porter, Blackburn, Beesley, D Brown. Subs (from): M Rose, Spink, Whittaker, Colins, Haarhoff, Wright.
* CHESTER'S scheduled Nationwide Conference match against Scarborough, which should have been played at the Deva Stadium tonight but had to be cancelled because of the FA Trophy replay, has been re arranged for Tuesday, March 5 (kick-off 7.45pm)...SUPL: