Will the lowest-ranked club left in this season’s Scottish Cup continue their remarkable campaign?
Drumchapel United ply their trade in the West of Scotland League First Division, which forms part of the seventh-tier.
As a result, they began this campaign in the preliminary round, beating Easthouses Lily Miners Welfare 3-0 all the way back in August.
Since, Drumchapel have eliminated Nairn County, Gretna 2008 and FC Edinburgh, the latter a real shock, overcoming a League One outfit.
With respect, this isn’t the glamour tie the Drum were dreaming of, but they’ll fancy their chances of further extending this historic adventure.
Elgin City meantime are the most northerly football league club in Britain, currently residing in League Two.
Despite finishing second bottom last season, Gavin Price’s team are third right now, chasing promotion into the third-tier for the first time ever.
In cup terms, Elgin have so far overcome Camelon Juniors and Hill of Beath Hawthorn, so are on the cusp of a maiden appearance in round five.
Will the home side be too strong at Borough Briggs?