Whilst the succession of cup ties have done nothing for Lee Casswell's sides league position, they have certainly improved the bank balance with £11,550 collected from the FA's prize fund from the Cup and Trophy.
The winners of Saturday's game will pick up another £2550 and looking ahead to the game the Blues boss commented:
"It will be similar to the Warrington game. The emphasis will be on us to go and win the game as the home side. Hopefully we can go and do that because of the financial side of things."
Radcliffe play in the Evo-Stik NPL First Division North and have had a similar start to Leek, winning one and drawing three of their opening six games.
They reached this stage after beating Farsley FC 1-0 in a replay but were beaten in their most recent match losing 2-1 to league leaders Mossley.
Boro are managed by Benny Phillips who is no stranger to Harrison Park having had a spell as assistant manager to Paul Ogden a few seasons back.
If the game ends in a draw the replay will be at Stainton Park on Tuesday 2nd October, kick-off 7.45pm.