Exeter City will hope to cause the surprise and reserve their spot in the FA Cup third round draw if they travel to League One Gillingham lunchtime.
The Greeks have only reached the third round twice since they had their famous draw with Manchester United in 2005, falling at that stage of last season when they were beaten by Hartlepool United.
But after a 6-1 draw against Colchester United on Tuesday night and only one loss in 15, they travel to Priestfield with confidence.
City is unbeaten on the road with eight wins – despite only two wins in that order – and has only three of its last 17 away from the St. James Park won.
Steve Evans’ Gills will meet on Saturday after beating Wimbledon 2-1 and are unbeaten in five games after five straight defeats in October.
The game is played behind closed doors but can be followed through iFollow or on the live blog below
Key gives the ball away and Dempsey drives forward, but his shot from the edge of the box is distracted by Atangana
Huge opportunity for Gills. Tucker keeps a bit of pinball in the box off the corner and keeps him alive. The ball breaks to Samuel, who is not marked six meters away, but it flares over the crossbar
Ogilvie throws a long throw into the box, but Oliver makes McArdle dirty – but both full-backed Gills have long throws that could cause problems for City
Nice game by Williams and Law on the right, retired this time by Collins, but it flares up and far from 20 meters
Williams tries to pull it back to Collins on the edge of the box, but he hits it and Gills clears
MacDonald tries to swing a cross but is led by Hartridge. However, gills maintain the pressure and Randall blocks a Graham flank
Key loses the ball halfway, McKenzie tries to insert Oliver, but Andresson quickly strayed off his line to save
Good pressure from Bowman and he forces Maghoma to cast a litter near the corner flag.
Tom Parkes has been rested due to an ongoing concern for his knee, while the other four changes are a rotation with an extensive schedule, giving Page and Atangana an opportunity to return to action
Exeter City (4-4-2) – Jokull Andresson, Josh Key, Rory McArdle, Alex Hartridge, Lewis Page, Randell Williams, Nigel Atangana, Archie Collins, Joel Randall, Nicky Law and Ryan Bowman.
A reminder that the game can be viewed on iFollow – and the good news is that the stream is working for me at least this afternoon
Gillingham (4-4-2) – Jack Bonham, Ryan Jackson, Jack Tucker, Christian Maghoma, Connor Ogilvie, Jordan Graham, Robbie McKenzie, Kyle Dempsey, Alex MacDonald, Dominic Samuel, Vadaine Oliver.
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