West Wales Intermediate Cup Round Four (2pm):

Port Tennant Colts v Merlins Bridge

I had previously made Bridge clear favourites for this one - and while I'm still backing them to prevail, the goalposts have moved (literally).

Having been forced into postponing their home game twice, The Wizards must travel tomorrow to Swansea Senior League Division Two team Port Tennant Colts. The hosts were reinstated in the competition after losing 6-2 Rockspur in the last round, who were later found to have fielded an ineligible player.

Bridge have been inactive since December 9th, and The Colts since January 6th, so both go in short of match practice.

Home advantage in this competition is a factor due to the travelling involved, but Nathan Thomas' side have proved they can win on the road already this season in both this and the FAW Trophy. 

The Wizards will have to be resolute, but through the likes of Chris Ormond, Luke Hayward, Peter Thomas, and Matthew D'Ivry, to name but a few, they have seasoned campaigners who have handled trips like this ample times in their career. The prospect of digging in away from home won't faze them.

The winner of this crucially has a home tie against Bwlch Rangers in the quarter finals. It's an opportunity Bridge won't want to miss.

Score prediction: Port Tennant Colts 1-2 Merlins Bridge

Senior Cup quarter final (2pm):

Neyland v Hakin United

Another tie to now be reversed is the Senior Cup quarter final, and The Nomads will be boosted by not having to travel to The Obs after losing 7-0 there in December.

I expect Neyland to be stronger tomorrow than they were that day, with Geraint Rees now back from injury - although the availability of keeper Patrick Hannon and midfielder Wayne Parry will be crucial to their chances.

Hakin may well welcome back Nicky Woodrow for a first start since returning from injury, and with Justin Harding at his best in their West Wales Cup defeat to Goodwick last time out, The Vikings as always will carry ample threat going forward.

But they will need to sort out their set piece defending after it cost them dear in that game at Phoenix Par, and there may be doubts over the fitness of centre back Sion Price who hobbled off that day.

Now at home, and with the inevitably heavy pitch a leveller, Neyland's chances have definitely increased - but with a fully fit Woodrow I still think Hakin will reach the last four.

Score prediction: Neyland 1-3 Hakin United

Manderwood Pembrokeshire League Division One (2.30pm):

Clarbeston Road v Milford United

Next Wednesday, Clarbie have a huge game when they play Merlins Bridge in the Senior Cup semi final on the Bridge Meadow, and that could both hinder and help them here.

In one respect they have not played in 2018, and Matthew Ellis will desperately want his side to put in a performance so they go into that clash with form and momentum.

But Milford, who boosted their slim survival hopes with a 3-2 win at Angle on February 3rd, will be hoping their hosts have one eye on the semi final.

Goals from Liam Parr (2) and Neil Mathias gave them those precious points, but the reality is Adrian Hutchings' team still have so much more to do to bridge the nine point gap between them and safety.

But to their credit they are not giving up and are producing workmanlike and committed displays. And they have every chance of taking something here against a Clarbie side who will inevitably be ring-rusty.

Ellis and co will want top scorer Jason Griffiths to pick up where he left off pre-Christmas, and league position and home advantage would normally mean they wouldgo into this clear favourites. But recent circumstances should make this one close.

Score prediction: Clarbeston Road 2-1 Milford United

Goodwick United v Monkton Swifts

With Merlins Bridge and Hakin in cup action, The Phoenix Boys will be fully aware this is a chance to put further daylight between them and their main title rivals.

They were not at their best for much of that dramatic cup win over Hakin, but like good sides do, they got the job done.

Jordan Griffiths got 90 minutes under his belt that day after a lay off with a broken ankle, and his return brings a better balance to the side, with club captain Adam Raymond able to drop back into his preferred midfield role.

Monkton drew 2-2 with Neyland two weeks ago as Ryan Griffiths scored twice, and although James Russell missed a penalty in that clash the prolific striker is again pivotal to any hope The Swifts have of stopping the momentum of the leaders.

But Goodwick just look to focussed and organised to slip up at the moment, and I'll think they will come through this with room to spare.

Score prediction: Goodwick United 3-0 Monkton Swifts

Lamphey v Herbrandston

Lamphey's 2-0 win over West Dragons last time out should now see them safe from the drop, while Herbie are anything but.

The Stags now have some stability with Dai Stanley taking over as coach, and actually go into this on the back of three league wins in four, although those games have been spread out over two months.

Herbie were far better than their 4-1 home defeat to Narberth suggested on February 3rd, and have been strengthened by the return of Alex Galdo and also Ali Ouzman after suspension.

But their away form has been a real issue, with just a single point on the road all season. They have become very reliant on Scott Reid to find that net for them, and sure enough, he's now struck seven goals in four games for Oliver West's men.

They need an away result to get over their travel sickness and have any hope of staying up. Until they do, it's hard to tip them to win outside of Herbrandston.

Score prediction: Lamphey 2-1 Herbrandston

Narberth v Pennar Robins

Narberth have played twice in 2018 - Pennar haven't been in action since losing to Lamphey on December 30th.

So you'd expect The Bluebirds to be sharper going into this, and their 4-1 win at Herbie last time out repaired some of the damage from their 3-2 home loss to Monkton the week before.

Tony Evans starred for them with two goals that day, and they will want striker Dafydd Wright to return to the scoring form he showed in the early part of the season.

Co-manager Morgan Preece has also been influential in midfield, and although his side have played more games than most, he will know they have a real chance to at least be close to a top three finish come the end of the season.

To do so they need to win games like this, against a Pennar team that lost momentum in late December after a run of 16 points from 18.

Phil John was one of Chris Lloyd's star performers during that run, and the manager will want his team to get back to picking up points to snuff out any lingering fears of being dragged into a relegation battle.

But if they are on song going forward, I think Narberth may have too much for The Robins.

Score prediction: Narberth 4-2 Pennar Robins

West Dragons v Carew

All the time rumours seem to be flying around of Dragons players who are coming and going (mostly the latter), and it is now a case of simply seeing who they name on a Saturday.

Lee Palmer has taken over after Chris Edwards stepped down, and it is now a case of just trying to stabilise, stay up, and rebuild in the summer.

They should still manager that as they are nine points clear of danger, but I don't see them extending that cushion tomorrow.

The Rooks came away with a brilliant 2-0 win in the West Wales Cup at Bonymaen Colts this month, and the clean sheet from keeper Tom Davies and his back four would have pleased manager Rob Scourfield as much as the goals from the Christopher brothers, Jack and Sam.

Carew have a big game coming up on the 28th against Hakin or Neyland in the Senior Cup semi final, and will want to be on a winning run heading into it.

If they hit anything like top form, they'll take three points here.

Score prediction: West Dragons 1-4 Carew

Division Two (2.30pm):

Hundleton v Solva - Postponed

Kilgetty v Llangwm

Letterston v Johnston

Second Division Cup Round One (2pm):

Hakin United v Saundersfoot Sports II

Second Division Cup Round Two (2pm):

Merlins Bridge II v St Clears

Prendergast Villa v Lawrenny

St Ishmaels v Fishguard Sports - Postponed

Division Three (2.30pm):

Broad Haven v Goodwick United II

Camrose v West Dragons II

Carew II v Narberth II

Manorbier United v Clarbeston Road II

Milford United II v St Florence

Pendine v Pembroke Boro

Pennar Robins II v Milford Athletic

Division Four (2.30pm):

Angle II v Lamphey II

Fishguard Sports II v Neyland II - Postponed

Herbrandston II v Kilgetty II

Llangwm II v Pennar Robins III

Solva II v Monkton Swifts II - Postponed

St Clears II v St Ishmaels II

Division Five (2.30pm):

Carew III v Hundleton II

Johnston II v Camrose II

Milford Athletic II v Lawrenny II

Pembroke Boro II v Cosheston AFC

Saundersfoot Sports II v Letterston II