A home clash against Chester FC awaits the winners of Boston United and Witton Albion in the FA Trophy.
This afternoon’s draw means the winners of tomorrow’s clash - re-arranged following Saturday’s mid-match abandonment, with the Albs leading 1-0 - will be at home to the National League outfit on December 10.
But first Boston need to think about progressing from the third qualifying stage.
And manager Dennis Greene isn’t taking the Evo-Stik Division One (South) highfliers lightly.
He said: “They’re going to be competitive.
“They’re up there with four games in hand on the top, if they win their game they can go top of the league.
“They used to be a National Conference club, when I played they were in the National Conference, so they’ve got something about them.
“On a clear night it can be a better game.”
Kick off will be at 7.45pm.