ANDY MORRISON and his Connah’s Quay players will be in no mood to let go of their grip on the Welsh Cup trophy tomorrow.

But the Nomads’ chief knows hosts Guilsfield will give it a real go as the Deesiders look to avoid an upset in mid-Wales.

Morrison, whose table-topping Welsh Premier League side beat Llandudno 3-0 last week with goals from Ryan Wignall, Andy Owens and Callum Morris, said: “Their tails will be up but listen, if my boys turn up and they do what they did against Llandudno, and we’re organised then the result will take care of itself.

“We’ve done our due diligence on Guilsfield, everything that we need to know about them we know and we’ll prepare meticulously.

Guils boss Nathan Leonard will have his players fired up for game and last week’s 3-0 defeat of Flint Town United in the Cymru Alliance last week means their confidence will be high.

“They were second in the league but we dominated most of the game and were superb especially second half. We scored two of the best goals you’ll see all season,” said Leonard.

“We now turn to Saturday in a huge game for the club and they don’t come much harder. It’s the toughest home draw we could have had, they will cope with a soft pitch and all the elements that come with it.

“They are a very very strong team, I’ve seen them twice recently and whatever team Andy puts out it will be a huge test for us.

“He’s built a tremendous squad and done a brilliant job, to be top of the Welsh Prem above TNS just shows how good they are.

“We will need some luck on the day and hope they have a bad day at the office and who knows what could happen.

Nomads thrashed Aberystwyth Town 4-1 in last year’s final - a result that will spur Aber’s old Connah’s Quay’s boss Nev Powell to go one step further this season.

Powell, who had a great history in the competition during his days with Bangor City, takes his side to Cwmamman United tomorrow.

With Nomads making serious claims to wrestle the Welsh Premier League title away from The New Saints, the Welsh Cup may be the only piece of silverware Scott Ruscoe’s Saints have a chance of winning.

They go to Cwmbran Celtic with boss Ruscoe looking to make sure they don’t suffer more cup embarrassment.

Cambrian & Clydach Vale Boys and Girls Club of the same division as Celtic knocked Saints out of the Wesh League Cup in the semi-finals.

“We learned lessons from that last cup game,” said Ruscoe.

“The Welsh Cup is very important to us. We’re only in two competitions this season now – we were in four at the start of the season, so we need a good cup run in this competition.

“We’re not looking at playing any quick passing football, it will be more direct because we don’t want to be getting caught out in the middle of the pitch.

“We will be looking at getting more bodies forward and into the box and creating a lot of chances for our forward players to work at which we haven’t been doing so much in the past few weeks.”

Welsh Alliance leaders Llangefni Town will fancy their chances of performing a giant-killing act at home at home to Welsh Premier strugglers Llanelli Town.

Carmarthen Town, who are just a place above Llanelli, have a tricky trip to Goytre United while bottom of the table Llandudno will also be up against it at Briton Ferry.

Cardiff Met go to Ton Pentre while Haverfordwest County have home advantage against Pontypridd Town.