12 o’clock midday tomorrow is when Coleraine will discover their fate.
That’s when the draw takes place for the second qualifying round of the Europa League in Nyon, Switzerland.
Showgrounds supporters will be glued to their television screens to see who their favourites land in the next stage of their remarkable European adventure.
Whilst most of the players are dreaming of a glamour tie, assistant manager Trevor McKendry has a different take on things.
“I can understand the thinking but I’d prefer someone we could possibly beat and a home tie,” said Trevor.
“A home game keeps the costs down and winning one more puts you into the big money.
“It would set the club up for years to come.”
The tie will be played on September 17 and once again no fans will be permitted.