The West Yorkshire derby between Halifax Town and Bradford City sees the semi-pros from the Conference take on a League One side who played a Cup Final at Wembley only a couple of seasons ago.
Throw in more than a dash of local rivalry, and it has all the makings of a classic, as John Shires reports:
Halifax defender Simon Ainge is looking forward to today's FA Cup clash with Bradford even more than most.
Ainge started his career with the Bantams and described the moment he found out about the draw to our sports reporter Chris Dawkes.
Phil Parkinson is hoping that Halifax Town don't 'do a Bradford City' as his Bantams take on the Shaymen this afternoon.
Being the underdog has brought the best out of Bradford in recent seasons, with Parkinson famously guiding the Bantams to a famous League Cup final appearance back in 2013 as well as a victory over fellow West Yorkshire rivals Leeds earlier this year.
And Parkinson hopes that his side's cup experience will give his side the edge at the Shay today.
Halifax manager Neil Aspin believes that his side are unfazed ahead of their highly anticipated FA Cup clash with West Yorkshire rivals Bradford.
It's the first time the Shaymen and the Bantams have met in the competition and Aspin says that his side are concentrating on getting a result as well as the occasion.
Fans got a close up look at the famous old trophy at the Shay earlier, ahead of Sunday's first round clash between Conference side Halifax Town and their West Yorkshire rivals Bradford City.
A full house is expected for the first ever meeting between the two sides in the Cup.
Danny Wilson makes his return to Bramall Lane as Barnsley boss, 18 months after being sacked as Blades manager.
United are on a high after coming through a tough Capital One tie against MK Dons in midweek.
Elsewhere, Doncaster travel to Bradford and will be hoping to move away from the bottom four.
Chris Dawkes has the build-up:
A man was sent to hospital hospital after being punched in the face following Bradford City's home game against Sheffield United.
Police are appealing for information after the 44-year old was knocked oto the floor and suffered injuries to his jaw.
The attack happened on Midland Road in the centre of Bradford, at about 6.45pm.
This appears to be a totally unprovoked attack on a man who was walking home from the match with his two sons.
England goalkeeper Joe Hart has praised two of the squad's newcomers after last night's 2-0 win over Switzerland.
Former Bradford and Leeds midfielder Fabian Delph was handed his first international start having come back from long-term injury to cement his place in Aston Villa's midfield over the last two seasons.
Meanwhile, Barnsley-born defender John Stones also made his competitive bow after narrowly missing out on selection for Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad.
Former Leeds midfielder James Milner came on as a second half substitute in the Euro 2016 Qualifier while Dronfield born Gary Cahill played in the heart of defence.
Both played a part in the 1-0 friendly win over Norway at Wembley but the Man City man said the pair had impressed throughout the international break:
Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson says his team were inspired to make history and beat Leeds for the first time in eighty years at Valley Parade.
The Bantams last beat their West Yorkshire rivals on home turf in 1986, but that was at Odsal following the Valley Parade fire the previous year.
Parkinson said his team deserved the victory: