Manderwood Pembrokeshire League Division One (2.30pm):

Angle v Merlins Bridge

It has been a draining few days for Merlins Bridge.

After digging deep in Port Tennant last week to make the quarter finals of the West Wales Cup, they were brought back down to earth on Wednesday with that dramatic Senior Cup semi final defeat against Clarbie Road.

And mental fatigue is likely to be their main obstacle tomorrow as they look for three points at Angle.

But Nathan Thomas won't want his side dwelling on anything, especially given that Goodwick's loss to Monkton kept them five points off the leaders but now with two games in hand.

Luke Hayward was instrumental for The Wizards in both the afore-mentioned displays, and he will be key again with striker Nathan Greene also hoping to be fully fit after a knock last Saturday. Richard Hughes however, will be suspended after his red card in midweek.

Angle meanwhile, will be wary that Herbie's win last week means they lie seven points clear of the bottom two clubs - and their 3-2 loss to then bottom club Milford United on February 3rd, their only game in 2018, would have concerned manager Andrew Thomas.

To have a chance tomorrow you feel they are reliant on the form of striker Ben Adams, who has scored five times for them in their past two games.

But if Bridge can get over their cup hangover, I'd back them to prevail with room to spare.

Score prediction: Angle 0-2 Merlins Bridge

Carew v Hakin United (2pm)

This one kicks off early due to Carew 2nds also playing at home - and it's a game that threatens to de-rail Hakin's title chances.

The Vikings have a number of key players away in Ireland, while Ben Fawcett has still not recovered from the knock that prevented him from playing for Wales Colleges in Italy last week.

And The Rooks will be more than capable of pouncing, as they look also to strike a psychological blow ahead of Wednesday's Senior Cup semi final between the two on the Meadow.

What may hinder the home side is the fact they have had just 90 minutes of football since December 9th, a West Wales Cup win in Bonymaen, and ring-rust will be inevitable for Rob Scourfield's men. Indeed, they would not have been helped by their away game being questionably postponed by West Dragons last week.

Carew striker Sam Christopher will fancy getting at a depleted Hakin defence that will be missing centre back Daniel Armstrong, although The Vikings will also inevitably threaten going forward with the in-form Adam John and Justin Harding joined by Nicky Woodrow, as he continues his comeback from injury.

How much of a bearing this game will have on Wednesday is debatable, but it's a big chance for Carew to draw first blood.

Hakin boss Kristan Bennett meanwhile, rumoured to be helping out his side by playing himself, will need his side to show all the resolve they displayed to overcome Neyland in the Senior Cup last week - and more.

Score prediction: Carew 3-2 Hakin United

Clarbeston Road v Monkton Swifts

Last Saturday I thought Monkton would be brushed aside by Goodwick, and then said Clarbie would be edged out by Merlins Bridge in Wednesday's Senior Cup semi final.

Safey to say the crystal ball has been faulty of late.

Clarbie impressed me on Wednesday night. Led by centre back Dan Rees, they were resolute at the back and keeper Lee Scott delivered as accomplished a display from a Pembrokeshire keeper as I've seen in a long time.

And when they did attack, the likes of Matthew Davies, Tom Reubens, and Jason Grifiths were a constant threat.

But if Matthew Ellis' side are on a high after that dramatic win, then so are Monkton - who inflicted a first league defeat of the season on Goodwick last Saturday.

Rees and co will have their hands full with Monkton's top scorer James Russell, while Patrick Mcdonagh also caused the Phoenix Boys ample problems.

The Swifts will be without the suspended Shaun Jones after his red card in the clash, but go in on the back of seven points from three tough games.

What may work against Clarbie is their energy sapping cup tie just two days ago, but they are more than used to playing twice a week after their frantic schedule at the end of last season.

This could go either way - and I can't pick a winner.

Score prediction: Clarbeston Road 2-2 Monkton Swifts

Herbrandston v Goodwick United

Prior to last weekend - I would have had this one down as a foregone conclusion.

But the respective results on Saturday have altered matters - with Herbie notching a first away win of the season at Lamphey, and Goodwick with that shock home defeat to Monkton Swifts.

Herbie now have hope - they are six points off safety, with teams above them suddenly appearing catchable.

Oliver West's side now need to try and field a settled side between now and May, something easier said than done, and hope that like they did in Lamphey, experienced top flight players like Marc Gelona, Scott Reid, Ali Ouzman, and Mark Jones produce their best. If so, they have every chance of survival.

But despite Goodwick's set back last week, I don't think the home side will pull any points back tomorrow.

Manager Wayne O'Sullivan and brother Chris would not have taken the Monkton loss lightly, and I suspect a few messages have been rammed home in training this week. Wayne himself and Jonny Horgan are likely to come back into the 11 after starting on the bench last Saturday - and they will arrive Herbie determined to get back on track.

Jordan Griffiths also returned to scoring form with two goals despite that defeat, and that's another factor in me tipping the Phoenix Boys to bounce back.

If they don't, I'll expect to justifiably hear from Scott Reid on Twitter by 4.30pm Saturday at the latest....

Score prediction: Herbrandston 1-3 Goodwick United

Narberth v West Dragons

Narberth were at their best to beat Pennar 6-1 last Saturday, with Jordan Williams, Tony Evans, and Dafydd Wright all on target as The Bluebirds continue to carry ample threat up front.

The win kept them second and while Morgan Preece and Ade Jones' team will struggle to stay there, they will fancy three more points against a West Dragons team seemingly in disarray.

The club's second team folded in the week, while one of their key figures in Steve 'Squashy' Allen has returned to Johnston. Others are also rumoured to have left, and it remains to be seen what line up arrives at Jesse Road tomorrow.

And they have to be careful - as they lie just six points ahead of the bottom two, and Herbie and Milford United are at least showing fight by picking up recent wins.

If The Dragons don't do the same - a real dog fight to stay up awaits.

The Bluebirds have scored 10 times in their last two games, wins over Herbie and then that Pennar clash, and I think their scoring power will see them through again tomorrow.

Score prediction: Narberth 5-1 West Dragons

Neyland v Lamphey

The Nomads were right in their Senior Cup tie with Hakin last week, only losing their way in the final 15 minutes.

Had the otherwise lively Geraint Rees converted his early chance it may have been different, but it was at least another improved display from Neyland who now seem to have put the rocky patch they had before Christmas firmly behind them.

Neyland have also been boosted by the return to regular action of keeper Patrick Hannon, having chopped and changed their No1 for much of the season, and that should bring stability to Andrew Kemp's side.

The Stags meanwhile, were only able to raise a bare 11 to play Herbie, and then lost key forward Anthony Webb to injury before going down 4-2.

Mikey Davies was at his best with two clinical goals, but new manager Dai Stanley will want a full squad available against a much improved home side tomorrow.

I think The Nomads will be buoyed by their display last week, despite defeat, and fancy them here.

Score prediction: Neyland 2-1 Lamphey

Pennar Robins v Milford United

Suddenly this game is a vital one in the battle to avoid relegation.

I've frequently referred to Pennar's run of 16 points from 18 in November and early December - but the fact is, they've gained nothing since and last week's 6-1 thumping at Narberth was a third straight league defeat.

Again it was Phil John who produced their goal while manager Chris Lloyd was forced to cover on the bench himself, and should they lose to Milford tomorrow, then the visitors will move within six points of their hosts.

Pennar have plenty of experience in their squad though via the likes of keeper Stuart James, so won't be panicking and know three points here will be a massive step towards safety.

Had Milford gone into this on the back of that win at Angle three weeks ago, I'd back them to get a result at Bush Camp.

But manager Adrian Hutchings openly admitted they were woeful in their defeat at Clarbie last week, calling the 6-0 loss their worst display of the campaign.

Young 16-year-old keeper Jack Nicholas stopped it being even more, and the visitors simply have to produce tomorrow or I can't seem them breaching the nine point gap between them and safety.

It may be scrappy given what's at stake, but at home, I suspect Pennar will edge a tight contest.

Score prediction: Pennar Robins 1-0 Milford United

Division Two (2.30pm):

Hakin United II v Fishguard Sports

Hundleton v Llangwm

Johnston v Saundersfoot Sports

Kilgetty v St Ishmaels

Merlins Bridge II v Letterston

Prendergast Villa v Lawrenny

Solva v St Clears

Division Three (2.30pm):

Goodwick United II v St Florence

Manorbier United v Pennar Robins II

Pendine v Clarbeston Road II

Third Division Cup Round Two (2pm):

Broad Haven v Carew II

Camrose v Narberth II

Milford Athletic v Milford United II

Division Four (2.30pm):

Fishguard Sports II v Kilgetty II

Llangwm II v Herbrandston II

Pennar Robins III v Broad Haven II

St Clears II v Lamphey II

St Ishmaels II v Solva II

Fourth Division Cup Round Two (2pm):

Monkton Swifts II v Neyland II

Division Five (2.30pm):

Carew III v Cosheston

Lawrenny II v Camrose II

Letterston II v Hundleton II

Pembroke Boro II v Milford United III

Saundersfoot Sports II v Johnston II