WE asked Reds fans: What are your greatest FA Cup memories and how will Wrexham get on against Marine tomorrow?

MATTHEW ELLIS: “I missed Arsenal because of chicken pox, so I think I’ll say Middlesbrough in ‘99. A fair few top class players on display for them - Gazza, Juninho, Ziege, Festa, Schwarzer. Birmingham and the run in’ 97 was fantastic, but for me Middlesbrough and Gibbo’s equaliser stick out.”

GRAHAM MALONEY: “West Ham away (late Kevin Russell goal) and Birmingham away were good days. As was Man United away (whilst we were 1-0 up.)

"As for Saturday..... probably be a tough one as they’ll raise their game. Still expecting to win and be nice to progress, so long as we start to improve!”

JP: “Beating Middlesbrough at home in 99 is one I’ll always remember growing up as a kid.

"Marine 0-5 Wrexham.”

GODFREY GROOME: “When we went down to Sunderland and got a draw.”

SUPER PAUL MULLIN: “Surely the Arsenal game and 3-0 Wrexham. Hope Parky and the lads put some effort in for the FA Cup and we don’t put a B team out. Would be nice to have a run, maybe go to Anfield, Old Trafford.”

CHRIS WRIGHT: “Arsenal with Mickey T and Watkin beating George Graham’s champions.

“A nervy 1-2 Wrexham win.”

RED SOX PETER: “Arsenal easily.”

GARETH RHODRI JONES: “Brighton away, 2012 … Cieślewicz’s equaliser caused mayhem in the away end.

“Marine 0-3 Wrexham.”

WARREN BARTON: “Has to be against Arsenal, top of Division One against bottom of Division Four, stood back of the Kop. The scenes in town afterwards were truly amazing.”

ANDY PIERCE: “Giant killings aside, Peterborough away was an absolutely brilliant night. One of the best away followings I’ve ever been a part of, it was absolute carnage, proper limbs moments. A long trip on a school night and worth every mile!”

HOWIE SMITH: “Runcorn away 88 (ish ). Crazy scenes behind the goal when Wrexham scored and the wall collapsed.”