BURSCOUGH are hoping to cap off the best week of their season with an upset win in the FA Trophy.
Derek Goulding's men picked up only their second win of the campaign on Saturday and then followed it up with victory in the Lancashire Co-operative Challenge Trophy.
The confident Linnets head to Marine on Saturday for an FA Trophy first qualifying round tie.
Goulding's men saw off Harrogate Railway Athletic on Saturday after goals from John Connolly and Jordan Williams put them into a commanding position.
And then on Tuesday night, the Greens won 3-2 at AFC Blackpool in the county cup.
Goulding's men responded to going behind in the 10th minute with a double from Liam Caddick.
Burscough held onto their lead until 10 minutes from time when AFC equalised.
But experienced striker Mark Beesley found the winner four minutes from time to send Burscough through.
The Linnets will kick-off the Trophy tie on Saturday as underdogs but Marine manager Phil Brazier is refusing to overlook Burscough.
"We went to watch them against Cammell Laird last week," Brazier said.
"They had a few players missing that night. Niall Cummins didn't play, for example.
"We have a fair idea of how they may set-up on Saturday but won't know for certain until the day.
"Derek may throw us a curve ball and change it completely.
"We will be treating them with the utmost respect."