ASK any Tranmere fan and he will tell you a game against Bolton Wanderers is special.
Games between the teams have been milestones in Tranmere's history over the last two decades.
I was the Rovers captain on a May afternoon in 1991 when we secured promotion to the division now known as the Championship by beating Bolton in the play-off final at Wembley.
The squad of 20 years ago played the kind of football that wasn't 100 miles away from the football John Barnes wants to play now.
The Worthington Cup semi-final games of 2000 were almost as memorable. I was a coach working under John Aldridge as Tranmere overcame Bolton 4-0 over two legs.
The Carling Cup second round tie at Prenton Park on Tuesday may not turn out to be quite so historic, but it could set Rovers on was on the way to a big pay-day further down the line.
One of the decisions facing manager Gary Megson will be whether to field his first team or give some young fringe players an opportunity.
Whatever line-up Bolton put out, I believe Tranmere are good enough going forward to create goalscoring opportunities against them. I think we could be in for another entertaining evening.