Brackley Town are gearing up for the biggest match in their history when they face Macclesfield Town in the second round of the FA Cup.
Norwich City must be sick of the sight of Liverpool's Luis Suarez after the striker hit yet another hat-trick against the Canaries.
Cambridge United will be hoping to secure another upset in the second round of the FA Cup against Sheffield United, after beating Bury.
Ipswich Town star Aaron Cresswell has signed a new contract with the club which will keep him at Portman Road until 2017.
The talented left-back has reportedly attracted plenty of admiring glances from the Premier League during his time in Suffolk, with the likes of West Brom, Aston Villa and Everton all previously linked with his services.
Many Tractor Boys fans will have feared losing the 23-year-old in January after a series of impressive performances so far this season.
However, speaking to the club's official website, Cresswell says that signing the contract hasn't signalled the end of his ambitions to play in the top flight:
“I am really enjoying my football here. There is a good feel about the place and it’s enjoyable coming to work every day.
“I feel I have progressed as a player and like any professional, I want to get to the top and that means playing in the Premier League. Hopefully I can do that with Ipswich.”
Peterborough United have moved to within touching distance of securing a new-year Wembley date after beating Newport County in the Southern Section Area Semi-Final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Goals from Kgosi Ntlhe, Grant McCann and Nathaniel Mendez-Laing handed Posh a comfortable 3-0 victory over their League Two opponents.
They'll now face Swindon Town over two legs in the Area Final in February for a place at Wembley, where the winner will take on the champion from the Northern Section.
However, Stevenage's Wembley dreams are over after they were beaten on penalties by the aforementioned Swindon.
Norwich City's youngsters will begin the defence of their FA Youth Cup title tonight when they visit Preston North End.
The Canaries were crowned champions back in May, beating Chelsea over two legs to lift the trophy for the first time in 30 years.
However, City will have to do without a number of stars from last year's run to the final, with several players now too old to be eligible for this year's competition.
The National Crime Agency is investigating a fresh series of football match-fixing allegations after claims that a former Stevenage player said he could influence games in return for cash.
Sam Sodje allegedly boasted that he could control events such as bookings, according to allegations in the Sun on Sunday_
It is also alleged that Sodje punched an opponent in the groin to get sent off and receive a bung of £70,000. The incident allegedly occurred when he was playing for Portsmouth against Oldham Athletic in February this year. Sodje made 32 appearances for Stevenage when they were a non-league side
Ipswich Town have moved to within touching distance of the Championship play-off positions, after a 3-1 victory over Blackburn Rovers at Portman Road.
Goals from Luke Hyam, Carlos Edwards and a late-strike from Frank Nouble sealed a second successive win for Town who are now just two points off the top six.
Not even a goal on his return to the club from Jordan Rhodes could sour the evening as the Tractor Boys recorded their first home win since September.
Mick McCarthy's men will be hoping to continue their impressive form on Saturday, when they host Huddersfield Town.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says that he is hoping for a "spark" from new loan signing Jordan Graham.
The youngster joined yesterday from Aston Villa and is in line to make his Tractor Boys debut against Charlton Athletic.