The victors of Wednesday’s delayed all-Wessex FA Vase tie between Bemerton Heath Harlequins and Blackfield & Langley could face the stiffest possible task in the last 16.
They have been drawn away to the winners of the tie between Vase favourites Spennymoor Town, mighty champions of the Northern League Division One, and Lordswood of the Kent Premier Division on February 9.
Newport IoW, who are due to host Brighouse Town in the fourth round on Saturday, have the incentive of another home tie if they win.
Victory for Steve Brougham's men would see them entertain either Borrowash Victoria or Ascot United.
FA Vase, fifth round (to be played on February 9): Spennymoor Town or Lordswood v Bemerton HH or Blackfield & Langley, Newport IoW or Brighouse Town v Borrowash Victoria or Ascot Utd, Ely City or Spalding Utd v Rye Utd or Guernsey, Brantham Athletic or Whitley Bay v Bitton or Shildon, Ampthill Town or Enfield 1983 v AFC Emley or Hadleigh Utd, Rocester or Runcorn Town v Walsall Wood or Hanworth Villa, Larkhall Athletic or Peacehaven & Telscombe v Tunbridge Wells or Dunston UTS, Bodmin Town or Ashington v Gornal Athletic or Wisbech Town.