Newport County have visited the Moss Rose on three prior occasions - despite the fact that only two are remembered in the history books.
Ahead of tomorrow evening's clash with The Exiles, we take a look back at each of these -
The first time that Newport visited the Moss Rose was back on 29th August 1988, when the two sides contested a GM Vauxhall Conference encounter in the warm Moss Rose sunshine.
Derbyshire would claim his second and Macc's third just after the hour mark, as the popular midfielder rounded the Newport 'keeper to calmly slot home and complete the rout.
That victory would be removed from the record books however, as Newport would later withdraw from the league and sadly go into liquidation.
The next time that the two sides met at the Moss was back in October 2012, as the table-topping Exiles faced a Macc side who were aiming to return to the Football League at the first time of asking.
Defender Tony James gave the visitors the lead just before the interval, as he reacted to a loose ball in the penalty to give Newport the lead with a clinical strike.
Macc fought back in the second period and restored parity with just nine minutes remaining, as Matthew Barnes-Homer steered a bullet header in from close range.
We last met The Exiles earlier this year, as Newport provided the opposition on a sun-drenched Easter Monday fixture at the Moss Rose.
With Sol Campbell's men battling for their EFL lives and the Welshmen looking to secure a Play-Off place, both sides cancelled each other out and the match ended goalless.
Our complete record against Newport at the Moss Rose is therefore as follows -
Played 3. Won 1. Drawn 2. Lost 0.