VAUXHALL Motors' final Conference North fixture sees them reach a major landmark.
Tomorrow's match at Nuneaton Borough is the club's 500th league fixture since they joined the non-league pyramid in 1995.
The match is also special for Nun-eaton as it will be their last match at the Manor Ground before they move to a new stadium next season.
As a result, a large crowd is expected as Carl Macauley's side look to maintain their fine away form.
Motors go into the game on the back of a 1-0 home loss to Gainsborough Trinity last Saturday.
Trinity, requiring one point to secure their own status in Conference North, began much the brighter and might well have scored from a number of early openings.
Tall defender Richard Pell had a glancing header cleared off the line, Danny Hanson drove just over the bar and Kirk Jackson curled a shot just beyond the far post.
But Macauley's men responded well and almost grabbed the lead on 15 minutes as livewire Paul O'Hare was denied his first goal for the club when visiting keeper Adam Sollitt managed to tip his shot just wide of the upright.
From the resultant corner, Keith Smith blasted a shot against the Trinity crossbar with Sollitt well beaten.
Before the break, Matty Cauldwell forced Sean Lake into a smart low save and, on the resumption, Trinity's Ross Hannah wasted a glorious chance to put his side in front with only keeper Lake to beat, lifting his lobbed shot over the bar. At the other end, both O'Hare and Anthony Wright, who combined well throughout, were denied.
On 65 minutes, Trinity made the breakthrough. Motors defender Joe McMahon completely missed his attempted clearance and Hannah ran clean through.
Lake saved his shot but Charlie Trout was following up to prod home.