Imagine the sight of AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa coming straight at you. It'd probably scare you, wouldn't it?
The 32-year-old is widely recognised as football's strongest man but, despite his size, has been a prolific goalscorer over the last few years.
And, in preparation for the tie, Akinfenwa says he can't wait to go 'toe to toe' with Liverpool defender Jose Enrique.
@daRealAkinfenwa me too mate but first we have to win tonight :) . Speak soon mate— José enrique (@Jesanchez3) December 17, 2014
When it comes to going toe to toe, of course, Enrique needs to be at the top of his game should he start the FA Cup clash and face the irrepressible Akinfenwa.
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As Opta stats show, the Spaniard has one of the worst one-on-one records in the Liverpool side. Of the 26 times he has challenged someone with or for the ball, he has come off worse for wear on 16 occasions.
That won't be good enough against Wimbledon. Akinfenwa will be waiting.