For many sides, it's another step on the road to the Liberty Stadium.

For others, it's a bus trip and a session. But regardless, the West Wales Cup second round will dominate the local football calendar on Saturday.

A lot of results will depend on how strongly teams travel, or how much emphasis they want to put on a cup run. But here's a brief stab at each tie involving a Pembrokeshire team, while two Division 1 matches take place as well.

Pembrokeshire Football fixtures for Saturday, November 2:

West Wales Cup Round 2 (1.30pm):

Carew 4-2 Giants Grave

These two met at the semi final stage last year in a game Carew won 4-2.

That night Giants Grave looked organised and physical, but had no answer to Carew's attacking play when they broke at pace.

The Neath side have had a mixed start in their own Premier Division thus season and my money is on The Rooks again here.

Clarbeston Road 5-2 Camford Sports

Clarby's form fluctuates more than most, and in the Senior Cup they slipped up against a side struggling in Division 2.

At least that means there will be no complacency against a team struggling in the Carmarthenshire League Division 2.

You don't want to be left without any kind of trophy to play for as early as November, and I don't expect another slip up this week from Matthew Ellis' team.

Fishguard Sports 4-1 Resolven

The Resolven lads enjoyed their trip down to Haverfordwest Cricket Club in the last round, or more specifically, the trip back.

They'll bring a good crowd again to Fishguard I'm sure, although the hosts should have too much for a team seventh in the second tier of the Neath League.

Goodwick United 2-1 Rockspur Fords

One of the ties of the round this.

Goodwick are yet to play at home since losing 4-1 against Carew, and Rockspur Fords currently top the Swansea Senior League.

So the 2016 and 2018 winners will have their work cut out at Phoenix Park, and Wayne O'Sullivan will know they can il afford to off the boil.

But recent pedigree in this competition, and experience of such ties, edges me towards Goodwick.

Gors 1-6 Merlins Bridge

Bridge have been rampant in recent weeks and as cup holders, they were well accustomed to getting the job done on the road.

If they're at full strength, I don't envisage many problems against a side third bottom of the Swansea Second Division.

Hakin United 3-1 Carmarthen Stars

This won't be straightforward for Hakin against a team they had an extra time ding-dong with in the same competition a few years ago.

The Stars are second in the Carmarthenshire Premier Division, although they have lost twice in six matches.

The Vikings meanwhile, are unbeaten at The Obs thus far and I'd back them here.

Hundleton 2-3 Gorseinon Athletic

It's a shot to nothing for Hundleton this against a team currently fourth in the Carmarthenshire Premier League.

But the hosts have are an improving force and the capture of Tom Dyson has inevitably added quality.

On paper Gorseinon start favourites but I expect Hundleton to push them.

Monkton Swifts 3-2 Llandarcy

Monkton have come through every test thrown at them in league and cup so far, and face another tough task here.

Llandarcy are top of the Neath Premier after winning their top of the table clash with Bryn Rovers two weeks ago.

Joe Lewis' team though have continued the winning knack that helped them to the title last year though, and he won't want any let up.

Rhos 2-1 Kilgetty

Interesting one this.

Rhos are Neath Division One champions but have endured a poor start to the Premier Lague this season with six points from as many games.

Kilgetty are unbeaten in Division 2 in Pembrokeshire and hammered Celtic Neath 10-0 in Round 1 last Saturday, so come into this firing.

The recent pedigree of the some side still makes them favourities, but could be closer tha people envisage this.

Tumble United 2-4 Neyland

Neyland's 7-1 win over Clydach in the last round represented one of their best displays of the season.

Away from home things may be trickier, and they face a Tumble team fourth in the second tier of the Carmarthenshire League.

But with the Nomads already out the Senior Cup and the league title an unrealistic target, they will be desperate to get a run going in this.

Ynystawe Athletic v Solva - postponed until Saturday, November 9th.

Division 1 (2pm):

Narberth 4-1 Saundersfoot Sports

Narberth's last league game was back on October 5th when they enjoyed that 3-1 win at Carew.

They finally have a chance to build on that here against a Saundersfoot team who will just be relieved not to be playing one of the top four.

But they are yet to earn a point this season and will need a big display to stop the rot at Jesse Road.

Pennar Robins 2-2 St Clears

To state the obvious, a big game for both. Pennar have no points from four games, St Clears have one.

It could mean a scrappy game at Bush Camp, and one that could well in deadlock.

Division 2 (2pm):

Lawrenny v Broad Haven

Merlins Bridge II v St Ishmaels

Milford United v Hakin United II

Pennar Robins II v Solva

Herbrandston v Johnston

Division 3 (2pm):

Cosheston AFC v Letterston1

Haverfordwest CC v Carew II

Milford Athletic v Fishguard Sports II

Pembroke Boro v Monkton Swifts II

Pendine v Clarbeston Road II

Camrose v Goodwick United II

Division 4 (2pm):

Neyland II v Milford United II

Solva II v St Florence

St Clears II v Pennar Robins III

St Ishmaels II v Camrose II

Tenby v Narberth II

Broad Haven II v Haverfordwest CC II

Division 5 (2pm):

Johnston II v Hundleton II

Newport Tigers v Pembroke Boro II

Saundersfoot Sports II v Milford Athletic II

Angle v Kilgetty II

Carew III v Lawrenny II