Guiseley boss Steve Kittrick has a fully-fit squad to choose from for Barrow's trip to Nethermoor Park in the first round of the FA Cup.
Victory for the Lions on Saturday would take them into the second round of the competition for the first time in the club's history.
Kittrick's men are in excellent form and currently sit second in the Blue Square Bet North table.
Club captain Mark Bower told the club's official website: ``We're looking forward to it, they're bringing a few fans so there should be a good atmosphere. We'll go in as underdogs but we fancy our chances, especially against a team who will come out and play against us.
``We've got enough quality to spring a little shock and win.''
Barrow midfielder Richie Baker is likely to return to the squad.
Baker has served a one-match suspension and could go straight back into the starting XI for the game.
Danny Rowe may also come into contention for a starting spot after a sparkling cameo in the game against Nuneaton last weekend. Rowe scored and hit the post against Town and he will compete with Adam Boyes and Louis Almond for a place up front.
Almond has been nursing a slight ankle injury and will face a late fitness test.
James Owen may again miss out as he continues to struggle with health issues. The midfielder has not featured for the Cumbrian outfit for nearly a month.