Cheltenham Town are preparing for their second FA Cup tie against Premier League opponents in a year.
Last season they drew Tottenham Hotspur away in the third round and on Monday evening they'll host Everton at the same stage of the competition.
It will be a big earner for the League Two club, but as our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth reports, they believe they're in with a sporting chance:
Supporters going to the Cheltenham Town v Everton FA Cup match at Whaddon Road on Monday are being warned of potential parking issues.
Tickets for the match are sold out and there will be no public parking at Cheltenham Town Football Club. The Club will provide a free park-and-ride service from the racecourse to Whaddon Road both before and after the game.
It’s anticipated that the spaces in the local area that are usually used by supporters will also be unavailable, so supporters are encouraged to make use of the free bus service.
More details on the buses can be found here.
Cheltenham Town manager Mark Yates felt his side deserved to progress to the FA Cup third round at the expense of Hereford United last night. The Robins won 2-1 thanks to a goal in extra time from Kaid Mohamed and Yates claimed his team's attacking approach paid off.
Cheltenham Town are set for a windfall in excess of £200,000 after clinching an FA Cup third round tie at home to Premiership side Everton. Kaid Mohamed's extra time header settled last night's second round replay at Hereford, with Cheltenham winning 2-1.
Click above to watch the highlights of last night's match at a foggy Edgar Street.
In football, non-league Dorchester Town could make it through to the lucrative third round of the FA Cup tomorrow.
They beat Plymouth Argyle earlier this month in a shock result of the first round and now face Luton Town for a place in Sunday's draw. Here's Matthias Kurth
Police are working to prevent any racist incidents at Cheltenham's match with Hereford United on Monday. A large crowd is expected for the FA Cup second round game at Whaddon Road.
We will be there on Monday to assist the club in ensuring a safe and enjoyable match. We expect the majority of supporters from both sides will enjoy the game and not engage in any form of offensive or abusive behaviour but we are taking action to prevent a small number from spoiling the match for everyone else.
It comes as officers issued a 17 year old boy from Ross-on-Wye with an £80 fine after he admitted using his Twitter account to try to encourage fans to sing a racist chant. The boy has since apologised.
Superintendent Rob Priddy says the force, with the support of Cheltenham Town Football Club, will work to identify people or groups engaging in racist chanting.
Where we have evidence to support an arrest we will do so and the individual risks not only a criminal prosecution but also a Football Banning Order, which would last for a minimum of three years.
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In the FA Cup, two West Country sides were on the receiving end of cup shocks this weekend. Swindon and Torquay were both surprisingly beaten by non-league opposition.
Yate Town achieved their greatest-ever victory last night as they reached the first round of the FA Cup for the first time ever. They beat Newport in extra time - a club 88 places above them in non-league football.
All the more remarkable considering they're at the bottom of their league and most of the players have other jobs. Chris Spittles reports.
Yate Town have re-written the history books after pulling off a remarkable victory over Blue Square Premier leaders Newport County. It means they've set up a meeting with Cheltenham Town in the First Round Proper of the FA Cup.
Scott Thomas and Matt Groves both scored in extra-time to send Rob Cousins' side marching.