Is there another shock Brewing for Leicester City?
Burton Albion boss Gary Rowett said lightning can strike twice and that the Brewers can pull off another cup shock at the King Power Stadium, but it will be even tougher than last time.
Rowett's side gained a shock 4-2 win against Leicester City in the Capital One Cup in August, and the two sides lock horns again this afternoon in the FA Cup third round.
The Albion boss said that, while the Brewers' previous victory will put extra pressure on City today to avoid a similar humiliation on home soil, he knows Nigel Pearson's men will be determined not to become another scalp for the League Two outfit.
Rowett said he is expecting Pearson to name a strong side and admits that watching video footage of City's demolition of Huddersfield on Tuesday was frightening, but he added that his side will be confident and will play with freedom.
"We have done it once but what we do know is that it is going to be a lot tougher this time," said Rowett, who played for City between 2000 and 2002.
"I don't envisage that Nigel will want to change too many of his team because he will be keen for that not to happen again. I think that hurt him last time because we are a League Two side.
"I am not saying we can't do it, but it will be tougher. We are a bit more aware of how big a task this will be, particularly after the Huddersfield result.
"I have a DVD of that game which I will put on at night to scare my kids off to bed.
"We have done it once in the Capital One Cup and we are not expected to do it again, especially after they have just beaten Huddersfield 6-1.
"We can go there and relax, and just try to play. That is crucial for any smaller side in the cup.
"I think that was the key to the win last time. We just told the lads to go and enjoy it.
"There may be a little more pressure on Leicester to not let it happen again. How many times in a season would a League Two side knock a top Championship side out of the cup, let alone the same team out of two cups?"
Burton are waiting on whether centre-back Zander Diamond has recovered from illness, while Anthony O'Connor is ruled out with injury.