Llanharry v Clydach Wasps

The biggest game of the season so far has finally come around, as the Wasps find themselves in the FAW Trophy Quarter Finals. Of the teams that could have been drawn we certainly got the better of the away games possible, avoiding an even longer trip north. The visitors will have to pick up their performance from last weeks victory over Mardy, a game that saw plenty of character if little in the way of quality. Kris Lewis may return to the squad after suspension, while the rest of the squad should remain unchanged. The host play their football in the South Wales Amateur League Second Division, currently sitting in second place with a game in hand. It's sure to be a tough ask for the Wasps, but a third semi final is the aim.

Clydach Wasps A v Fairfield United

The second team continue their month of home games as they welcome Fairfield United to the Rec. The Wasps put in a decent performance last week and will be looking to increase their lead at the top of the table. The visitors were held to a 0-0 draw with an improving Sebastapol last time out, and currently sit in eigth place. The two side met in the Open Cup before Christmas, with Clydach progressing.

Llanarth B v Clydach Wasps B

The third team look to continue their winning ways as they travel to bottom of the table Llanarth. The hosts have struggled so far this season and although starting as big favourites the Wasps will be looking to send out a message to the rest of the division. A full squad should travel with anything less than three points a disappointment.