Accrington Stanley have a decent record in their live television shows.
For their TV debut against Aldershot in their first game back in the Conference in 2003 they lost 1-0. But in their Conference-winning season, the Reds had regular winning appearances on Sky television.
There was Halifax, Grays, Morecambe and the Monday night top versus second Exeter clash in 2005-6 campaign where boss John Coleman knew, with that win over their nearest rivals, they had the title in the bag.
The Reds drew with Halifax but won all of the others.
The biggest audience though came when they got a prime Sunday slot on BBC1 for their FA¿Cup clash with Huddersfield in 2003, in which Andy Gouck fired home the winner late on.
They continued their good record on Sky when the second round replay that year against Bournemouth was televised and the Reds were the penalty shoot-out winners.
They were on Sky again for their Carling Cup 1-0 shock win over Nottingham Forest in 2006 and, in 2008-9, their hastily arranged FA¿Cup replay against Tranmere got a Setanta show - but the Reds succumbed to a 1-0 loss.
With the Newcastle match live on Sky though the Reds have a good record on that channel - seven matches with just one loss.
"It’s a good record but unfortunately counts for nothing now," said Coleman.