The demolition crews are at work again at Ashton Gate stadium in Bristol.
This time they're tearing down the Williams' stand in the next phase of rebuilding Bristol City's football ground.
Taking down the 60-year-old stand is part of the £45 million transformation of the stadium.
Once finished, it will become the largest conference and events venue in the South West.
Swindon Town players have been getting ready for the match that will make-or-break their season.
It's the club's sixth appearance at Wembley this Sunday, but the first for almost all the players.
Matthias Kurth reports.
It's now two games without a win for Swindon Town. They drew three all with Walsall at the County Ground tonight. Swindon stay 4th in the table.
In football, Cheltenham had to be content with a point tonight.
They travelled to Newport in league two. While on loan signing and former Wales under 21 player Wes Burns opened the scoring in the 16th minute at Rodney Parade, the home side equalised before half time and that's how it ended - 1 all.
The region's football teams have had a largely successful day. In League One Swindon and Yeovil both achieved home wins, and Bristol City won away at Crawley.
In League Two Cheltenham drew 1-1 with Mansfield at Whaddon Road.
And in the Conference a convincing away win for Forest Green Rovers, while Bristol Rovers lost at home to Eastleigh.
In football, Bristol City are now five points clear at the top of League One after a 2-0 win over Peterborough tonight.
Aden Flint and Kieran Agard scored the goals at Ashton Gate
The Johnstone's Paint Trophy is a competition which City have been very successful in since it was created in the mid 1980s.
The Ashton Gate club have won the trophy twice and finished runners-up twice.
Our reporter Tim Walsh takes us on a journey through our archives:
In league two, Cheltenham Town have failed to get their second win under Paul Buckle.
They drew 1 all with Morecambe at Whaddon Road - Jack Dunn scoring a penalty in the 18th minute.
The draw moves Cheltenham up into 16th place in the table.
In football, Bristol City are through to the fourth round of the FA Cup after beating Doncaster 2-0 in tonight's replay.
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas scored both goals.
City will play Premier League side West Ham at Ashton Gate in the next round, after The Hammers beat Everton on penalties in their replay tonight.