Grimsby Town manager Michael Jolley hopes his side can cause an upset against Crystal Palace in the third round of the Emirates FA Cup.
Town travel to Selhurst Park to face Roy Hodgson's side, who are currently 14th in the Premier League, on the weekend commencing January 5, 2019.
And Jolley hopes his side can cause an FA Cup upset as they face the Eagles for the first time since 2003.
Speaking exclusively to gtfc.co.uk, he said: "It's an exciting draw for us - they're a very well-established Premier League club.
"And there's no question about it - Roy Hodgson and his staff have achieved unbelievable things in the game.
"They've got numerous players with great pedigree, Premier League and international experience, so it will be a great test of all of us.
"But we look forward to it - I think it'll be a good day for the team, and for the supporters, and it certainly gives us something to look forward to in the new year.
"But, when it's 11 v 11, and it's the FA Cup, all outcomes are possible, and that's what we have to try focus on."
"And I know we've got a lot fans, exiled Mariners, who live in London so it will be great for them to see the team playing in London - we don't have many games in London this season.
"And all the people travelling down from Grimsby as well - they always give us amazing support, and it will be nice for them to go and experience a Premier League football stadium and Crystal Palace."