Sammy Moore is set to come up against former team-mate Dean Cox as Faversham hit the road - before heading around the opposing manager’s house!
Moore will lock horns with Cox at Lancing.
The duo, both 35, played together at Leyton Orient and have since remained in touch.
Now, they will come up against one another in this Saturday’s Isthmian South East encounter.
“We were really good mates at Leyton Orient,” said Faversham boss Moore, whose team have moved off the foot of the table.
“He’s probably one of the most technical players I played with.
"He’s a really good guy. I’ve kept in contact with him.
“I’m actually going around his house afterwards. One of us will not be happy!
“But we’ll both be trying to win a game of football. They got a good point at Ramsgate so it’ll be a tough game.
"Afterwards, we will have a beer.
“Let’s hope it’s a good game and we can get three points.”
Wideman Michael Ademiluyi’s first-half strike saw the Lilywhites to a 1-0 win at Salters Lane over Chichester on Saturday.
“It was really good,” Moore reflected.
“Obviously they were nine unbeaten coming into the game, so we knew it was going to be a tough game. They had beaten some good sides.
“We had four or five players missing that would normally start but those that came in, they did really well.
“It’s disappointing that we only got one. We hit the bar and the post, and had some good one-against-one chances.
"If we had taken our chances, it could have been three or four.
"But we defended our box well. We’re getting stronger so we’re delighted with the three points.
“We’ll take one game at a time and see where that takes us.”
On-loan Dover defender Harrison Byford has made a positive impression in his first two matches at Faversham.
“We knew he would give us a lot of energy and a bit of quality on the ball,” Moore said.
“But we need to remember we’re taking boys on loan for a reason.
“It will take him a bit of time to get up to speed but he has done excellently so far.”
Centre-back Oliver Gray has also been praised by his boss after two consecutive impressive performances.
Moore said: “He was not in the team when we came in.
“But with suspensions and injuries, we had to rely on him. He has been outstanding.
"The last two games, he has been our man-of-the-match and really demanded off others.
“We’re delighted with the defensive unit.”
Striker Zak Ansah and defenders Darren Phillips and Jacques Kpohomouh missed the Chichester match while midfielder Toby Ajala has recently been banned.
“The squad is getting better,” Moore noted.
“We want to add to it if we can before Saturday, as well, because the window shuts soon.”
Town are now edging closer to moving away from the automatic relegation places and into the relegation play-off positions, and Moore has a points target in mind with eight matches to go this season.
Moore said: “Seven or eight wins would take us around the 40-point mark. Normally, that’s enough.
“That would be an amazing achievement, considering we came in with seven points.”