Bridge are away to Shildon, an outfit who are eighth in the Ebac Northern League first division - three levels below Vanarama North. However, Keith Briggs knows the dangers of complacency in the FA Cup, and the propensity for small clubs to topple bigger ones.
"It's the FA Cup and magic happens. We've seen it thousands of times so we've got to make sure we prepare right," said the Celtic manager.
"I don't know that much about Shildon but I've had them watched. They can create goals and seem to be doing well, but I'm taking my team up there fully expecting us to give a good performance and go through to the next round.
"We'll be showing Shildon all the respect they deserve, after all they're through on merit having entered the competition in the extra preliminary round. But we need to fulfil our potential and win."
Shildon's dangermen are strikers Ben Wood and former Hartlepool man Billy Greulich-Smith. At the start of the month they beat South Shields 11-0, causing manager Gary Forrest to comment: "You don't very often see football in the Northern League as good as that. I thought our team deserved 10 out of 10."
Briggs is a self-confessed fan of the FA Cup and relishes the thought of a good run. His high point as a player was in 2001 when he was part of the Stockport County squad which reached the fifth round, losing 4-0 to Tottenham at White Hart Lane.
He said: "I love the FA Cup. It really gets you going and can create a real buzz around a club as well as generating much-needed income.
"It might be asking a lot but I would love to see Stalybridge Celtic on television. That might seem unlikely but this is the FA Cup and anything can happen."