Swindon Town and Barnet will battle it out at the County Ground on Tuesday night in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Southern Area Final with a day out at Wembley waiting for the winners.
npower League 1 Chesterfield have already booked their spot in the final after cruising to a 3-1 aggregate victory over Oldham Athletic in the Northern Section Final. It is still all to play for in the Southern section, though, with the scores tied at 1-1 from the first leg.
Barnet remain unbeaten in all competitions so far in 2012 and captain Mark Hughes, who scored the equaliser in the 1-1 first leg draw, believes confidence has been the key factor in his side's good form.
He told Barnet Player: "We're more solid as a unit and we are definitely taking our chances, having gone behind in a few games.
"Our confidence is high, that's probably the main thing, we're just not giving up."
The Northern Irish midfielder, who joined the London club in 2009, is relishing the prospect of playing at Wembley.
"When I was at Stevenage we won the FA Trophy and I got a medal, but I didn't play, so I'm desperate to get back there.
"After the first leg I have started to think about it [Wembley] more because we're still in the tie. But you quickly get back in the league games which is good because it keeps your mind off it."
Like Barnet, Swindon are also on an impressive run of results with the highlight being a 2-1 victory over Barclays Premier League Wigan Athletic in the third round of the FA Cup. Paolo Di Canio's men lost to Leicester City in round four, which is their only defeat in eight games in all competitions.
Robins captain Paul Caddis believes he and his side have what it takes to reach the final. He told www.swindontownfc.co.uk: "We will respect them [Barnet] as it was a close game at their place but we fancy our chances against anyone at the County Ground.
"The Johnstone's Paint Trophy is a competition we want to win and hopefully we will have a big crowd in to cheer us on to a place in the final against Chesterfield."
Lawrie Sanchez will have new signings Jack Saville and Andy Yiadom available for selection. Saville signed a deal until the end of the season after being released from npower Championship club Southampton. Yiadom, on the other hand, joined from Blue Square Bet Premier club Braintree, for whom he scored seven times for in 27 matches.
Meanwhile, Paolo Di Canio will be without the services of Aden Flint, who scored the Robins' goal in the first leg, after he was ruled out for the rest of the season.
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