Martin Carruthers said of the game:
"This is a game and a competition we want to win following our disappointing defeat in the final last year.
"We will be putting out a strong side and maybe include some Community players, but we will be taking no chances against a Kimberley side who have some useful players.
“Courey Grantham will be on the bench for the game and we will be looking to give him a run out as he continues his return to match fitness”.
Admission is £3 adults, £1 Concessions (Under 16s, Over 60s and students). £5 families (up to four people, max two adults).
The match is a repeat of last season’s quarter final, which we won 5-1. Kyle Dixon weighed in with a hat trick that night, our other goals coming from Courey Grantham and Ben Hutchinson, Kyle Wrenn replying for Kimberley.
Last Saturday Kimberley went down 2-1 at Dunkirk in the East Midlands League, losing to a late penalty after Jordan Alls put them ahead.
Updated 20:50 - 17 Jan 2018 by Neil McGowan