GREAT HARWOOD Town are looking forward to a cup derby at Darwen as they bid to keep their silverware dream alive.
Harwood are through to the quarter-finals of the NWCL Second Division Trophy thanks to a shock win at high-flying Padiham last Saturday.
And Darwen now block their path as John Hughes' men look to win the competition for the first time in their history.
"It's nice to do well in the cups and it creates a bit of interest for the fans," said chairman Bill Holden.
"It should be an attractive game at Darwen. A lot of the players know each other, which always makes it interesting, and it should be pretty competitive."
Holden believes Harwood's last-eight place is a fitting reward for a decent run of form, which has seen John Hughes's side win four of their last five games.
"We have been playing well for the last couple of months and now the results are strating to come," the chairman added.
"We played really well at Padiham and fully deserved the result. John has got a squad of talented players together.
"Dennis Hill coming back has made a big difference and we have a decenmt squad now. They are all worth their place."
Harwood produced one of their best performances of the season to come from behind and win at the Arbories.
Padiham, who are second in the table, got off to a flying start after just four minutes when Stuart Telfer scored direct from a corner, with the aid of a post.
The Storks, who lost Matt Anderton to a serious knee injury, could then have doubled their lead though Anthony McCluskey.
But Harwood then took control and levelled just before the break though a stunning Kieran Fletcher strike as he rocketted a 35-yarder into the top corner.
Hughes' men then pressed home their advantage as they continued to dominate in the second-half and deservedly went ahead 15 minutes from time through Ed O'Neil.
And Harwood then rubber-stamped their place in the quarter-finals in stoppage-time when John Eastham borke away and teed up substitute Tony Beddows for the third.
Harwood were frustrated in their bid to follow up with a league success on Monday night at Chadderton when the game fell victim to a waterlogged pitch.
They will try again tomorrow at Oldham Town, looking to climb closer to the top half of the table.
Captain Ryan Fisher returns after missing the Padiham game to give Hughes an extra midfield option from a full-strength squad.
Harwood will need to stifle one of the most potent attacks in the league with Oldham's Darren Scanlan currently second in the list of Division Two marksman with 15 goals.
And James Curley has weighed in with ten, including a hat-trick in Tuesday night's cup win over Maine Road.