Nuneaton Borough look to have been given the best chance of all the local non-League clubs to reach the lucrative third round of the FA Cup.
Saturday's 2-0 win at home to Ramsgate has earned Boro home advantage again in next month's second round by pairing them with UniBond Premier Division side Histon.
Despite receiving a home tie, Roger Ashby's men will still have their work cut out given the Cambridgeshire club's recent Cup pedigree.
Histon, from Nationwide South, caused an upset last season by putting out Shrewsbury Town at the first-round stage and reached the second round for the second year running on Saturday with a thumping 4- 0 win over another Midland outfit Hednesford Town.
Tamworth's reward for Saturday's 2-1 win at Bournemouth, by contrast, was not all they might have asked for, in landing a tie at Hartlepool.
Having so memorably stoned the Cherries, they must try to do the same to the team only one place below Bournemouth in League One. But their first appearance in the second round since 1969 means another long trek for Mark Cooper's men.
Thoughts of great FA Cup deeds past will be starting to stir at Edgar Street, too, after Hereford United, 1-0 winners at Cambridge City on Friday night, were paired with Stockport County, the league's 90th-placed club.
Plucky Chasetown have two tough hurdles ahead of them to qualify for that lucrative third round.
They performed nobly yesterday afternoon to earn a 1-1 draw with Oldham Athletic.
Even if they win the replay at Boundary Park a week on Wednesday, Charlie Blakemore's side would face an even better League One outfit in Brentford.
Worcester City also face the prospect of a potential plum home tie.
Andy Preece's side will host fallen giants Huddersfield Town if they can complete the job and get past Chippenham Town in next Monday night's replay at St George's Lane.
Burton Albion also have a home tie if they, too, can win their replay at the Pirelli Stadium next week against Peterborough United following Saturday's satisfying 0-0 draw at London Road.
Nigel Clough's men would then take on Burscough, who caused one of Saturday's biggest shocks by beating League One strugglers Gillingham 3-2 with two goals in the last two minutes.
All three League clubs remaining have been given great chances of joining the big boys in the third round - by being handed home ties. Having overcome that public trial by television in the Valleys on Friday night, Walsall play the winners of next week's replay between Yeovil Town and Macclesfield.
Yeovil were rescued on Saturday at Moss Rose only by Phil Jevons' late goal.
But if the League One outfit make it through as expected they will hold a psychological advantage having already beaten the Saddlers once this season, coming from behind after a Matthew Fryatt penalty to win 2-1 at Huish Park in September.
Shrewsbury Town, who avoided a repeat of last season's banana skin with a 4-1 win over another non-Legaue side Braintree, face Leamington's nine-goal conquerors Colchester United.
John Ward's Cheltenham Town, who squeezed past Carlisle United at Whaddon Road, have home advantage again when they play the winners of the replay between Oxford United and Eastbourne.