West Wales Intermediate Cup Round Three (2pm):

Carew v Evans and Williams

Carew are hardly in crisis, but the last two weeks has seen their first real dip in form since the season began with back to back defeats against Clarbie Road and Goodwick.

But more of a concern to The Rooks is the fact they conceded nine times in those matches, and whilst they have already proven their credentials going forward, they need to sort matters out at the back if they want to be in the running for silverware.

However, they remain unbeaten at home, and I’ll back them to carry enough forward threat to see off an Evans and Williams side that have been erratic in their own Carmarthenshire Premier League season, with 15 points from 11 games, including four defeats.

Carew came through a cracking Senior Cup tie against the West Dragons a few weeks ago, and it wouldn’t surprise me if they progress after a few more fireworks tomorrow.

Score prediction: Carew 4-3 Evans and Williams

Hakin United v Seaside

Seaside are no strangers to Pembrokeshire clubs, or indeed this competition having been regulars in the latter stages for a number of seasons.

Like Evans and Williams, their Carmarthenshire Premier League form has been patchy – fourth in the table and also with four defeats from 11 games.

But they will be organised and physical, and I expect them to truly test The Vikings tomorrow.

However, Hakin are in form. Kristan Bennett voiced concerns early in the campaign that his side weren’t turning pressure and chances into goals – but the last few weeks they have been clinical and also showed tremendous resolve to win with 10 men in the FAW Trophy at Caerphilly last month.

Youngsters Ben Fawcett and Jack Wilson continue to look at home in senior football, both starring in the 6-0 win over Milford last Saturday, and Justin Harding as stepped up to the mark since the injury to club captain Nicky Woodrow.

My money is on The Vikings to come through again.

Score prediction: Hakin United 3-2 Seaside

Goodwick United v CRC Rangers

It’s another Swansea Division One side for Goodwick – and whilst any side from that league will be tough, it’s a CRC Rangers team that lie seventh and have been beaten six times in 11 games.

In contrast, The Phoenix Boys have lost just once in all competitions, although after their 3-1 win over Carew last week, there are said to be injury doubts now over Jordan Griffiths, Jonny Horgan, and Rhys Dalling.

But regardless, manager Wayne O’Sullivan, with brother Chris assisting him, has good depth in his squad and the Pembrokeshire Division One leaders are looking solid and organised, and most importantly, they know how to win tight games.

I expect them to win another one here.

Score prediction: Goodwick United 2-0 CRC Rangers

Trostre Sports v Merlins Bridge

As the cliché goes, any cup tie is made harder when it’s away from home.

But whilst The Wizards only defeat of this season also came on the road in the FAW Trophy, they won’t be fazed by a trip here.

Much of the talk has surrounded the goals of Nathan Greene, but Nathan Thomas’ side are now a solid unit, organised at the back and threat aplenty going forward.

Trostre have only manages seven Carmarthenshire Premier games this season and lost three of them, including two home defeats.

If the likes of the in-form Luke Hayward, Dai Davies and Laurie Haworth can give the visitors the edge in the middle, and ensure Greene and Adam Hawkins have the service up front, I’d back Bridge to be resolute enough at the back to return home in the hat for round four.

Score prediction: Trostre Sports 1-2 Merlins Bridge

Manderwood Pembrokeshire League Division One (2.30pm):

Herbrandston v Pennar Robins

Herbie are really struggling to get any momentum going, and their plight has not been helped by the fact key man Ali Ouzman is now suspended after being sent off in the defeat at Clarbie last Saturday.

They remain three points clear from the foot of the table, but even without Ouzman, I suspect West and co will be putting everything into tomorrow for what now appears a must win game.

But they face a Pennar team with renewed confidence, after 10 points from their last four games.

The signing of Sam Southcott has proved a boost, and it was his brace that helped them to another win over Neyland on Saturday.

Only weeks ago, Chris Lloyd would have been wondering where his side’s first point was coming from – and yet suddenly, The Robins are 11th and looking a safe bet to stay up.

Like I said, I expect the home side to throw a lot at them tomorrow, but if the visitors maintain their new-found form, they should prevail.

Score prediction: Herbrandston 2-3 Pennar Robins

Milford United v Narberth

It is now seven straight league wins for Narberth, and their points tally after 10 games (21) has already surpassed last season’s total (19).

And they will arrive at Marble Hall confident of another three points against a Milford United side hammered at Hakin last week.

There was a major plus for Adrian Hutchings’s side at The Obs in the display of 16-year-old debutant keeper Jack Nicholas, but they will need to be more resolute at the back to keep out a Bluebirds attack now almost spoilt for choice with Dafydd Wright, Tony Evans, Jordan Richards and Luke Raymond all amongst the goals recently.

The Robins have proved they can battle, but with just a point to their name, they need to add a cutting edge and start converting chances to have any chance of survival.

I suspect the visitors will have too much firepower for them here.

Score prediction: Milford United 1-3 Narberth

Monkton Swifts v Lamphey

It has not been straight forward for The Swifts off the field lately, and they have been handed a three point deduction from their league tally after being thrown out of the West Wales Cup last month.

But on the field they are going well, and four goals from James Russell last Saturday helped them see off Angle 6-3 to make it nine points from three games.

One of those wins came at Lamphey, where The Swifts prevailed 6-2, and it will be tough for The Stags to exact revenge tomorrow.

Having said that, they went down narrowly 2-1 at in-form Narberth last week, with Anthony Webb again on the scoresheet.

Webb has been one of their major plus points this season, but Alan Kitts’ side have struggled overall with nine points from 11 games.

On recent results, you have to fancy The Swifts here.

Score prediction: Monkton Swifts 4-2 Lamphey

Neyland v Clarbeston Road

It is now three straight league defeats for Neyland, and despite appearing to push Pennar all the way on Saturday – it was only two very late goals that turned a 4-1 hammering into a 4-3 thriller.

They have promising youngsters but are still very reliant on the ageless Wayne Parry, who again struck twice on Saturday, whilst they have problems fielding a regular keeper with Patrick Hannon’s limited availability. Furthermore, veteran Jim Payne was injured on the weekend.

Clarbie have not done things by halves this season, winning six games, losing five, and drawing none.

But their second half display especially was comprehensive at Herbie last week, and a hat trick from Matthew Davies again proved they are not just dependent on top scorer Jason Griffiths.

They also managed a clean sheet which would have pleased manager Matthew Ellis – and they would appear to have the edge going into tomorrow against a Nomads side currently off the boil.

Score prediction: Neyland 2-3 Clarbeston Road

West Dragons v Angle

Two out-of-form sides meet at The Pavilion, with both losing at Merlins Bridge and Monkton respectively last week.

From no-where, it appears The Dragons are now in rebuilding mode, having lost a host of players who began the campaign at the club.

But they pushed The Wizards a lot closer at The Racecourse than I had envisaged last Saturday, taking the lead and missing a great chance to make it 2-0 before eventually losing 3-1.

Sometimes you get more fight out of lesser heralded players who want to be at the club than more talented ones that don’t, and if the home side can show the same cohesiveness tomorrow, then via the likes of Scott Crawford and Jordan Thomas they still have enough quality to punish the visitors.

Angle showed attacking threat themselves to score three times at Monkton last week through Jack Seaton (2) and Patrick McDonagh, but conceded six and have not won in the league since September 5th.

I can’t see either side running riot, but providing more players don’t also jump ship before kick-off, think The Dragons will edge it.

Score Prediction: West Dragons 2-1 Angle

Division Two (2.30pm):

Fishguard Sports v Kilgetty

Lawrenny v Hundleton

Letterston v Prendergast Villa

Llangwm v St Ishmaels

Merlins Bridge II v St Clears

Saundersfoot Sports v Johnston

Solva v Hakin United II

Division Three (2.30pm):

Clarbeston Road II v Milford United II

Manorbier United v Milford Athletic

Narberth II v Carew II

Pembroke Boro v Broad Haven

Pendine v Goodwick United II

Pennar Robins II v West Dragons II

St Florence v Camrose

Division Four (2.30pm):

Angle II v Neyland II

Broad Haven II v Pennar Robins III

Kilgetty II v Solva II

Lamphey II v Llangwm II

St Clears II v Fishguard Sports II

St Ishmaels II v Monkton Swifts II

Division Five (2.30pm):

Camrose II v Lawrenny II

Carew III v Johnston II

Fifth Division Cup Round One (2pm):

Hundleton II v Pembroke Boro II

Milford Athletic II v Saundersfoot Sports II

Milford United III v Cosheston AFC