FAW Trophy Round Three (2pm):

Cwmcarn Athletic v Hakin United

The Vikings will already be fearing a fixture backlog after this tie was postponed last Saturday, and are still involved in three cup competitions.

Cwmcarn have lost four of their five league games in the Newport & District League Division One this season, and if Kristan Bennett's men can travel at full strength, they will be favourites here.

The winners will go to Caerphilly Athletic next round.

Manderwood Pembrokeshire Football League Division One (2.30pm):

Carew v Merlins Bridge

The Wizards lost their unbeaten start to the season in the FAW Trophy last week - but it is their league record which comes under serious threat tomorrow.

Carew sit second, but a win here, would be a huge statement of intent.

The pace of Sam Christopher and Scott Ferney will test the thus far solid Bridge defence, and you feel the experience of the likes of Chris Ormond, Richard Hughes and Peter Thomas at the back will needed by the visitors.

But Bridge of course, carry a big threat themselves, and Rooks keeper Dan James and his back four will be wary of the Adam Hawkins and Nathan Greene partnership up front - not to mention the threat carried by the likes of Luke Hayward and Will Haworth behind them.

If both sides perform, this could be a cracker, and a tough one to call.

Herbrandston v Lamphey

Another huge game - for different reasons.

Herbie were resolute at Monkton in their last game, but still went down 3-2 and have just three points to their name, plus a string of injuries to boot - with manager Oliver West stepping in recently as emergency keeper.

Midfielder Ali Ouzman appears crucial if they are to turn their form around, and tomorrow West's side host a Lamphey team also in need of points.

They have just five thus far, but showed improvement last week as goals from Anthony Webb (2) and Jansen Parsely saw them close to three points against Neyland before eventually drawing 3-3.

A win for either side gives them breathing space, a defeat or draw keeps pressure on.

Milford United v Goodwick United

Last week's superb comeback win over Penlan in the FAW Trophy was the biggest sign yet that The Phoenix Boys are nearing the levels that carried them to the treble two seasons ago.

Chris O'Sullivan and Adam Raymond, recently returned from injury, are looking a formidable duo in midfield and the form of Jordan Griffiths does not need pointing out.

Milford are improving, and could have got something from their defeat at Narberth last week - but will need to really raise their levels to get something here.

Robins keeper Josh Partis is in good form, and will need to be at his sharpest again tomorrow.

Adrian Hutchings' men have developed a tendency to concede first and let in goals at bad times, and you feel if they are to be in with a chance here, they have to break that mould and score first.

Neyland v Monkton Swifts

This one looks pretty even on paper, with Neyland sitting fourth and Monkton just a place behind them.

The Nomads did get a league game in last week, with youngster Max Bowman-Davies making a scoring debut in their draw at Lamphey.

Monkton were rained off, but go in seeking a fourth straight league win after a Ryan Griffiths brace helped them beat Herbie last time out.

Extra motivation for both sides is the winner could be second by 4.30pm, depending on results elsewhere.

Pennar Robins v Clarbeston Road

Pennar still seek their first point, but have seemingly had another boost with the re-signing of keeper Stuart James.

They only lie three points from safety despite their bad start, but now is the time they have to make their home games count.

Clarbie lost 2-1 at Hakin in their last league game, and have impressed thus far in their first season back in the top flight. Pennar will have to keep their midfield quiet, because if the likes of Michael Turpin, Raff Barnett, and Tom Reubens get the space to supply Jason Griffiths and co, the visitors will do damage.

West Dragons v Narberth

The Bluebirds were one of the few sides to play last weekend, and took full advantage with a 1-0 home win against Milford.

The signing of last Saturday's match winner Luke Raymond from Haverfordwest has proved a real bonus, and they go The Pavilion in search of a fifth straight league win.

The Dragons have been up and down thus far. When they click, they have the potential to beat the best around and put teams to the sword.

But they are also prone to off days, and if they have one here, the visitors will make it tough for them.

Division Two (2.30pm):

Fishguard Sports v St Clears

Hundleton v Lawrenny

Letterston v Hakin United II

Merlins Bridge II v Prendergast Villa

Saundersfoot Sports v Kilgetty

Solva v Johnston

St Ishmaels v Llangwm

Division Three (2.30pm):

Pennar Robins II v Camrose

Third Division Cup (2pm):

Broad Haven v West Dragons II

Carew II v Clarbeston Road II

Milford Athletic v St Florence

Narberth II v Goodwick United II

Pembroke Boro v Manorbier United

Pendine v Milford United II

Division Four (2.30pm):

Angle II v Fishguard Sports II

Lamphey II v Broad Haven II

Llangwm II v Solva II

Monkton Swifts II v Pennar Robins III

St Clears II v Neyland II

Division Five (2.30pm):

Camrose II v Carew III

Cosheston AFC v Pembroke Boro II

Johnston II v Hundleton II

Lawrenny II v Milford Athletic II

Milford United III v Saundersfoot Sports II