Witton Albion's win over Boston United last night means we can now look forward to a FA Trophy trip to Wincham Park on Saturday.
Chester FC boss Jon McCarthy watched Witton's shock success over Boston.
He knows the clash with the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League outfit represents something of a 'banana skin' for his in-form side.
But he is determined to guide the Blues through to the second round - and then on to a Wembley final.
Macca has played at the home of English football before. But Chester - City or FC - haven't. And he wants to change that.
Woeful Wrexham defending
But the Blues' dreams of Wembley will be over before they start if they defend as badly as their cross-border rivals did in their 3-0 home loss to Macclesfield Town last night.
The second goal really does has to be seen to be believed.
Allow us to help with that...
Spoilt for choice
Whereas the Dragons are struggling to keep clean sheets, Chester have racked up 12 this season.
Goalkeeper Alex Lynch has played a big part in the most recent of those (the 3-0 wins over North Ferriby United and Eastleigh) after taking over from the injured Liam Roberts between the posts.
Lynch's fine form means he is likely to keep his place for Witton.
But the on-loan Roberts looks like he'll be soon back to challenge him...
Great stocking filler
Fans who support the Blues from afar have have produced a 2017 desktop calendar to honour the 18 Chester FC legends who feature in the club’s Hall of Fame, from Ronnie Hughes to Neil Young.
The unique calendar (16cm x 18cm), created by the Chester Exiles in association with the club's Former Players Association, makes a great Christmas stocking filler.
It can be ordered online at a cost of £10, including postage and packing.
To receive your calendar in time for Christmas, order on this link http://www.chester-city.co.uk/cfccalendar.asp.
It's advisable to act soon, though, as the calendar is only available in a limited edition.
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