Stourbridge aim to succeed where Manchester United failed  by handing Burton Albion a cup knock-out tonight.
The Brewers come back to earth with a bump following their heroics against FA Cup holders United when they chase a place in the semi-finals of the Birmingham Senior Cup with a tie at Amblecote.
Midland Alliance side Stourbridge have had six successive wins despite injuries that will again rule out seven players. Defenders Morgan Brookes and Nathan Bennett, goalkeeper Paul Evans, midfielders Adam Wood and Matt Southwick, plus strikers Sam Rock and Andy Wright are sidelined but manager Gary Hackett has Adam Bastable back in action.
Brewers manager Nigel Clough will rest some of his heroes but that will allow their replacements to stake their claim to a dream appearance in the Cup replay at Old Traf-ford next week.
Moor Green look certain to lose John Snape after new Bromsgrove Rovers manager Rod Brown targeted the midfielder as his new right-hand man.
Rovers are understood to be ready to offer the veteran former Worcester City and Halesowen Town man an 18-month contract and Moors manager Bob Faulkner says he will not stand in the Bromsgrove-based player's way if he wants to move.
Moors' squad, however, will again be stretched for their Worcestershire Senior Cup tie at home to Studley at Damson Park tonight.
Darren Middleton (knee) and Guy Sanders (shoulder) remain sidelined while Junior English is out after sustaining a groin injury in the weekend draw with Leigh RMI.
Willenhall Town can regain top spot in the Southern One West provided Bedworth Uniteddo them a favour. While the second-placed Reds entertain Taunton Town, the Greenbacks have home advantage against title lead-ers Ashford Town.
Willenhall, who surrendered a 13-match unbeaten run on Saturday, have injury doubts over defenders David Woodvine and Indy Khela plus midfielder Martin Myers. But manager Rob Smith can recall fit-again John Newall while Dominic Reece has completed a one-match ban.
Former Redditch United boss Brown makes his home bow with Bromsgrove when they meet Marlow at the Victoria Ground while Malvern Town entertain Romulus in a clash between the teams placed first and third in the Harvey World Travel Midland Alliance.