King's Lynn Town can move within a point of leaders York City this evening when they take on Leamington at The Walks (7.45pm kick-off) as assistant boss Paul Bastock called on fans to get behind the Linnets.
The problem with Non League Day, when the professionals have the afternoon off and the blood, sweat and tears boys take centre stage, is that most football fans who don't have a prawn sandwich-stained season ticket tend to take a breather.
It's a conundrum that faces the best managers every year: how to respect the FA Cup - and your own supporters - without allowing it to prejudice the bread and butter stuff that sustains them on a weekly basis.
King's Lynn boss Ian Culverhouse is one of the early favourites to take over as the new Lincoln City manager. He has led the Linnets to the top of National League North defeating big name sides including Darlington and Hereford, losing just once.