It's round four day in the FA Trophy and we have an accumulator that works out at just shy of 15/1.
Peterborough Sports to win at cup heroes Horsham is the first leg with Gateshead expected to be too strong for Weston Super Mare.
Hampton & Richmond can avoid defeat at Hartlepool and Solihull look set to land half-time/full-time honours against lowly Nantwich to complete a 14.8/1 four-fold.
Peterborough Sports win - 31/20
Cup kings Horsham can do no wrong when it's a place in the next round rather than league points up for grabs, though their dream run in the FA Trophy looks set to be ended by Peterborough Sports.
The Sussex club have played 16 cup ties this season, losing just two of them, to Barnsley and then, after being reinstated, Sutton, in the FA Cup.
As recently as Tuesday night, the Isthmian Premier side went to Eastbourne of the National League South and thumped them 5-1 in the Sussex Senior Cup, the perfect dress rehearsal for their first-ever appearance in the last 32 of the Trophy.
Horsham are clearly a threat but Sports arrive at the Camping World Stadium in outstanding form with just four defeats in the last three months, all in the National League North.
They have won five and drawn one of their last seven away games. That 1-1 draw at National League big boys Dagenham & Redbridge in the previous round was a tie the Midlands club won on penalties.
Gateshead win - 4/6
Gateshead, beaten FA Trophy finalists as recently as May, demonstrated their intent to return to Wembley in the previous round when they stormed to a stunning 5-1 success at Rochdale.
Robbie Elliott's men have won only one of five matches since - a 2-1 victory at Oldham - and come into this fourth round tie on the back of Wednesday night's 5-0 thrashing at National League leaders Chesterfield.
However, they are still eighth in the table and there's never any shame in going down to the Spireites, whatever the scoreline.
They can return to winning ways against National League South strugglers Weston Super Mare. The Seagulls have never gone beyond the last 32 of the FA Trophy and their form figures suggest they won't be bucking that trend this season.
Since coming from 2-0 down to stun Woking 3-2 in the last round they have played five league games, won none and conceded 13 goals.
Gateshead score for fun anyway and this promises to be a long and thankless trip for the Somerset side.
Another National League South side heading to the north-east to shackle National League giants are Hampton & Richmond, who are at Hartlepool.
Unlike Weston Super Mare, Hampton are enjoying a fine season in tier six. And unlike Gateshead, Hartlepool are finding life tough in tier five.
This looks a distinctly winnable tie for the Beavers, who, at the very least, are worth backing with the draw in the Double Chance market.
Lennie Lawrence's Pools have won only three of their last 15 matches and haven't kept a clean sheet in a game since the end of September.
Hampton are second in their division, miles behind leaders Yeovil where they drew 0-0 just before Christmas, part of a 17-game unbeaten run which was only ended at Braintree last weekend.
They drew 2-2 at another heavyweight Southend in the previous round, going through on penalties, and will be confident they can do a similar job on struggling Hartlepool.
Solihull Moors - Half Time/Full Time - 20/21
Promotion to the Football League is Solihull Moors' target this season but boss Andy Whing sent out a strong side to win 2-0 at Scunthorpe in the last round so should be trusted to do likewise against Nantwich.
And if he does, the Moors can make light of an 82-place gulf in the football pyramid and have little trouble against the lowest-ranked side left in the competition.
Nantwich have done remarkably to get this far, though the hero of three of their shootout triumphs - Somalia international Ahmed Ali - has left the Dabbers.
The Northern Premier Division One West side are struggling in the league and while cup fever should ensure no lack of passion, take Solihull to get this won early.
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