by Samuel Holden
Notts County v Rotherham United
The FA Cup with Budweiser
Second Round Proper replay
7.45pm, Tuesday 18 December 2012
Meadow Lane, Notts County FC
Winning clubs receive £27,000 from The FA's prize fund
Click here for the Second Round Proper results
Notts County manager Keith Curle says he does not want his League One side to be the "upset of the competition" as they prepare to face Rotherham for a place in the Third Round of The FA Cup.
Rotherham, who are fourth in League Two, held the Magpies to a 1-1 draw in the initial tie and will be hoping to cause a shock in Tuesday night's replay.
Curle warned: "People say 'you're playing against a team in a lower division so it should be easy', but we're mindful of an upset.
"Our preparation will be detailed. They have strengths and weaknesses, and we will look to exploit those."
Notts County, who sit eighth in League One, lost 2-1 at home to Brentford on Saturday and the manager says their Meadow Lane form will encourage the visitors.
He added: "They will feel confident after looking at our home record and be buoyed by our recent result.
"They'll come out and think there's a game to be had."
As a player Curle reached The FA Cup Semi-Final in 1998, captaining Wolves as they lost 1-0 against Arsenal, and he is aware that a Cup run can galvanise a team.
"The FA Cup has a magic and beauty about it. A little run can be fantastic for you.
"Who knows where it's going to lead?"