CWMAMMAN United and Aberystwyth Town are set to do battle for a place in the next round of the JD Welsh Cup on Saturday (Dec 8).
Cup fever will come to Grenig Park on Saturday with both sides keen to progress further in the competition.
However, the Welsh League Division 1 team will be looking to cause a big upset against their Welsh Premier League opponents.
Confidence is high in the Cwmamman camp going into the match having beaten Haverfordwest County 3-2 in their last match at the Bridge Meadow.
Despite their game being postponed last weekend (Dec 1) the Blues took full advantage to get in another training session and step up their preparations for the forthcoming Cup game.
The Management team of Cwmamman United were more than pleased with their team’s spirit and were buoyed by the application of the players ahead of the Cup game.
The Management team also stated: “The Seasiders will provide formidable opponents for Cwmamman and we will show them every respect that they deserve. However this is a Cup game and with a little luck and determination then who knows what may happen on the day.
“We will all prepare as we normally do for this game but we can tell that there is an extra spring in the step of our players who are really looking forward to this encounter.”
The Club Committee and everyone connected with the Club are really upbeat for the game and a warm welcome awaits the travelling Green Army.
The Green Army will also be in confident mood ahead of the game as their side have gone seven matches unbeaten in the WPL.
That seven match run includes a famous victory over Champions TNS and two stunning comeback wins against Bala Town and Cardiff Met.
They had to settle for a draw in their most recent game with Carmarthen Town and the team sitting fifth in the WPL table will prove a tough opposition to crack.
Cwmamman United won 2-1 against Blaenrhondda in the previous round and also had a 4-0 win against Dinas Powys in the first round.
With Premier League teams entering at the third round stage, Aber will be keen to avoid a slip up.
The Black and Greens were beaten finalists in last year’s competition and will be eager to return to the final to go one better in 2019.
The game kicks off at 1.30pm, so get down to Grenig Park to see what should prove to be an excellent cup tie.