Bradford Bulls are one of the biggest names in British rugby league outside of the Super League. In their golden era from the mid-nineties through the 2000s, they won four Super League titles and two of their five Challenge Cup trophies.
Times have been harder in the years since then for the Bulls - after going into administration in 2012, relegation followed in 2014 and since then they have plied their trade outside of rugby league's top tier.
After a brief spell in League 1, the Bulls returned to the Championship last year and will be hoping they can begin looking upwards once again after agreeing a ground-sharing arrangement with Dewsbury Rams - this will be their first Challenge Cup home match away from the Odsal Stadium.
Their opponents, Underbank Rangers, may have a smaller trophy cabinet - but the Holmfirth-based club have been around since 1884 and launched the career of Harold Wagstaff, who would go on to become the first person inaugurated into rugby league's Hall of Fame.
They currently compete in the National Conference Premier, the fourth tier of English rugby league, and have now made the fourth round of the Challenge Cup for the first time in their long history.