West Wales Intermediate Cup Round Four (2pm):

Goodwick United v Hakin United

It's a fixture that we are all now all too familiar with - and yet one that rarely disappoints.

For the 11th time inside three seasons, Goodwick United meet Hakin in a competetive game, and there is again a lot at stake with the winner to be amongst the favourites to make the Liberty Stadium in May.

They are yet to play each other in this campaign, and have both lost just twice in all competitions, although one of Goodwick's defeats was on penalties in the FAW Trophy.

The Phoenix Boys are hoping for the return of prolific young striker Jordan Griffiths, although having not played since breaking his ankle, it may be a gamble to start him.

Keeper James Gwilt was in fantastic form in that shootout defeat against Penydarren, and we will again take his place behind a defence that has been rock solid of late. Club captain Adam Raymond and Chris O'Sullivan will be key figures and proven big game performers - although the latter will want to stay on the field for the full 90 (or 120) minutes after being sent off in his last two matches against The Vikings.

Whether Hakin striker Nicky Woodrow starts after a lengthy lay off remains to be seen, but if fit it goes without saying he will test the likes of Goodwick player boss Wayne O'Sullivan and Scott Delaney to the full.

The centre back pairing of Sion Price and Daniel Armstrong also needs to be prominent for The Vikings, as will Ryan Wilson and Adam John going forward, with both teams able to break with pace.

Hakin missed Craig Nicholson's presence in midfield when they lost their own FAW Trophy tie 3-1 in Llangefni, and will want him back tomorrow - but they have been dealt a blow with both Jack Wilson and Ben Fawcett ruled out after being picked to play for Wales Schools' Under 18s this weekend.

Midfielder Fawcett in particular, has become a regular starter and one of his side's best players this season.

Expect a big crowd, a few flashpoints, and late drama, and while extra time and penalties also wouldn't surprise me, Fawcett's absence gives Goodwick the edge for me.

Score prediction: Goodwick United 2-1 Hakin United

Bonymaen Colts v Carew

Bonymaen Colts went to Hakin in the FAW Trophy in August and lost 14-0, but I think we can discount that result now.

They lie second in the Swansea Senior Division Two, with six wins and a draw from their nine games, and have proved they can score goals by reaching this stage with wins over Cwm Albion COlts (8-0), Trallwm (43), and Pontardawe (6-0).

But The Rooks have no reason to fear them, and if they travel at full strength, should fancy their chances against a team playing outside of their regional top tier.

The Rooks certainly have the firepower through Sam Christopher up front, whilst the form of the likes of Alex Bayley and Rob Whitfield has helped Carew become a real force to be reckoned with in domestic football this season.

It goes without saying they need to defend well, and keeper Dan James and his back four must be organised and braced for a physical test from the Bonymaen forwards.

What concerns me is The Colts have played in 2018, a 3-2 win over bottom side Carreg Wen, whilst Carew have not kicked a ball since beating Angle 5-0 on December 9th.

Bonymaen can also be an unforgiving place to go, and the visitors are not likely to have a red carpet rolled out for them by the home supporters on route to the changing rooms.

Jack Christopher has plenty of Welsh League experience and that may be vital with a young side around him tomorrow - and I genuinely think if The Rooks can overcome ring-rust and the 'away' factor, they have the pedigree to win this.

Score prediction: Bonymaen Colts 1-2 Carew

Merlins Bridge v Port Tennant Colts

At first, The Wizards thought they were facing Rockspur tomorrow, before the latter were removed from the competition after fielding an ineligible player in their 6-2 win over Port Tennant Colts.

That development has favoured Nathan Thomas' side, and they will be confident at home against a team one place below Bonymaen in the the Swansea Senior League Division Two.

Again, what is frustrating is that their visitors at least got 90 minutes under their belts in January, a 4-2 win over Treboeth United, while Bridge have been inactive since December 9th.

But I would still back them here. Despite improved weather this week I suspect The Racecourse is still heavy, and the experience and physicality of the likes of defender Chris Ormond and midfielder Peter Thomas will be important if it gets attritional.

But The Wizards like to play football, and if Luke Hayward can get on the ball in midfield, and Adam Hawkins produces his usual work-rate, then around them the threat of winger Will Haworth and striker Nathan Greene should come to fruition.

Bridge have looked a fit, professional outfit this season and I'd be suprised if they weren't still in the hat after this.

Score prediction: Merlins Bridge 3-0 Port Tennant Colts

Division One (2.30pm):

Angle v Milford United

The Robins have just one point on the road all season, a tally they simply have to improve by 4.30pm tomorrow.

It sounds a cliche, but there has been no shortage of fight from Adrian Hutchings' young side this season, although they have lacked the cutting edge and experience needed to get results. They will want centre back William Goodall, a player they've missed badly at times in the campaign, available as they look to cling on to their slim survival hopes at Windmill Lane.

They will face an Angle side who were 'up and down' in the first half of the season.

After starting with three straight wins, they have struggled at times but their last league game, back on December 16th, was a cracking 4-1 win at Lamphey with Ben Adams scoring a hat trick.

I think this will be tight, and tough to predict with both teams having had seven weeks without football - but home advantage sways me towards Angle.

Score prediction: Angle 2-1 Milford United

Clarbeston Road v Pennar Robins

Now Clarbie now the date of their Senior Cup semi final, they will be eager to gather momentum and form.

Going forward, they have ample threat, with the quality and experience of Michael Turpin and player-boss Matthew Ellis in midfield complimented by the great pre-Christmas form of Tom Reubens and top scorer Jason Griffiths.

They have however, been prone to conceding goals, something Pennar's Phil John will look to exploit after five goals in as many games before the weather took over local football.

Chris Lloyd's team actually lost their last two games of 2017 after a run of 16 points from 18 hauled them towards safety, and he will want his team back on track to wipe out any chance of them being caught by the bottom two.

Furthermore, the start of Pennar's afore-mentioned run actually came with a 2-1 win over Clarbie at Bush Camp.

But if the home side are on song going forward, I fancy them for revenge here.

Score prediction: Clarbeston Road 3-2 Pennar Robins

Herbrandston v Narberth

Much like Milford United, Herbie now have to throw everything into each game.

Their win over West Dragons on January 6th has given them a glimmer of hope of staying up, especially if Scott Reid, who struck four times that day, can keep scoring regularly.

They will also be boosted tomorrow by the return of Ali Ouzman, and will look to another key performer against The Dragons, Mark Jones, to stand up and be counted again.

Like Herbie, Narberth are one of only four top flight sides to play a league in 2018, a 3-2 home defeat to Monkton two weeks ago.

They will not want their great recovery in the first half of the season to go to waste, and at full strength are dangerous with top scorer Dafydd Wright, Luke Raymond, Tony Evans, and Jordan Williams amongst those capable of doing damage.

Assessing form for any Pembrokeshire side is futile right now, but although I expect Herbie to go full pelt for obvious reasons, the respective league positions mean Narberth have to be favourites for this.

Score prediction: Herbrandston 2-4 Narberth

Monkton Swifts v Neyland

The Swifts lie third after that afore-mentioned win at Jesse Road, and it was in-form striker James Russell who was key that day with another hat-trick.

The home side will need him on fire again, but regardless, as a whole will want to avenge their poor showing in Neyland earlier in the season where they lost 7-1.

But since then The Nomads have struggled, although did show signs of a revival pre-Christmas with a 5-2 win over Pennar and decent display despite losing at Goodwick.

Promising youngster Geraint Rees has returned from injury, and Jonathan Harries has shown glimpses of his best form since signing from Carew. 17-year-old George Incledon also impressed in goal at Goodwick, with The Nomads having struggled in that department this season with regular No 1 Patrick Hannon often unavailable.

But the fact that Monkton did get 90 minutes under their belts two weeks ago, and notched a great win, may make a difference going into this one.

Score prediction: Monkton Swifts 3-2 Neyland

West Dragons v Lamphey

The Dragons are nine points clear of the bottom two, Lamphey eight - so here is a chance for both of them to ease any lingering fears of being dragged into danger.

To the credit of The Dragons, Chris Edwards has clearly pulled them together and they haven't capitulated like many thought they would after losing so many players earlier in the season.

But as their 5-4 defeat at Herbie last time out showed, they are still vulnerable, although the hat trick of debutant Liam Sheehan was a major bonus.

But The Stags have also had a boost with the return of some key players during the weather 'break', and midfielder Danno Kitts has also done well to get them battling after the departure of his dad Alan as manager.

Anthony Webb has been in good scoring form for them and actually hit four goals on Saturday for the second XI at Solva, in the only league game to go ahead.

He may be key again here and I suspect this one will go the way of the visitors.

Score prediction: West Dragons 1-2 Lamphey

Division Two (2.30pm):

Fishguard Sports v Merlins Bridge II

Hakin United II v Solva

Hundleton v St Clears

Kilgetty v Prendergast Villa

Lawrenny v Llangwm

Saundersfoot Sports v Letterston

St Ishmaels v Johnston

Division Three (2.30pm):

Camrose v Clarbeston Road II

Carew II v St Florence

Manorbier United v West Dragons II

Milford United II v Pendine

Narberth II v Goodwick United II

Pembroke Boro v Milford Athletic

Pennar Robins II v Broad Haven

Division Four (2.30pm):

Broad Haven II v Fishguard Sports II

Lamphey II v Kilgetty II

Llangwm II v Monkton Swifts II

Neyland II v Herbrandston II

Solva II v St Ishmaels II

St Clears II v Angle II

Division Five (2.30pm):

Camrose II v Saundersfoot Sports II

Carew III v Lawrenny II

Cosheston v Hundleton II

Johnston II v Milford United III

Milford Athletic II v Letterston II