Bournemouth host Premier League title challengers Liverpool at Dean Court in the FA Cup fourth round this weekend.
The Cherries beat League two Burton Albion 4-1 in the third round to set up a tie with Liverpool and will go into the game high on confidence after having only lost three times in the last 10 games in all competitions.
The newly promoted side are currently 16th in the Championship, 10 points off the play-offs.
Liverpool have been very impressive in the Premier League this season and are unbeaten in four games in all competitions.
The Reds eased into the fourth round after beating Oldham 2-0.
Liverpool are likely to rest some key players for this tie with the Merseyside derby coming up next Tuesday.
Glen Johnson and Lucas Leiva will definitely miss the match but Brendan Rodgers has the rest of his squad available.
Bournemouth were knocked out by eventual winners Wigan last year in the third round but will look to emulate their famous win over Manchester United in 1984 by putting on another heroic performance, this time against Liverpool.
The Cherries boss, Eddie Howe believes it's a chance for the players to go down in history.
Howe said, reports BBC Sport: "It's a chance for someone to go down in history and it might define their career.
"Everyone remembers the 1984 team and it is still talked about to this day. So it is a chance for our players to take that glory.
"This is going to be a very special day for the club when you consider what it's been through.
"Not so long ago we were down and out and I know people can have short memories, but this is fantastic day for the supporters who stood by the club through thick and thin only a few years ago."
Prediction: Bournemouth 1 - 3 Liverpool
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