The New Saints will take on Carmarthen Town tomorrow at Park Hall stadium.
The FAW Welsh Cup Fourth Round clash will kick off at 14:30pm.
Craig Harrison’s side knocked out Conwy Borough in the third round thanks to an Alex Darlington winner in extra time.
Carmarthen beat Port Talbot to set up the tie with The Saints.
Nicknamed the Old Gold, Carmarthen’s only visit to Park Hall this season resulted in a 6-0 defeat. During that particular game, Sam Finley recorded a magnificent four minute hat-trick which added to goals from Matty Williams, Chris Jones and Greg Draper to ensure an emphatic victory.
Mark Aizlewood’s men currently sit in third position in the Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League.
However, Harrison will once again be without the influential duo of Steve Evans and Scott Ruscoe but Curtis Jones is available for selection.
Carmarthen were founded in 1948 and play their home games at Richmond Park. They were also the winners of the Word Cup last season after a dramatic penalty shoot out win against The New Saints.
Carmarthen’s record league defeat came at the hands of The Saints when an inspired TNS side won 8-0 back in March 2009.
The match was originally scheduled to be played at Richmond Park but was rearranged to Park Hall due to the state of the pitch.
The referee for the game will be Mr Dean John.
The winner of the tie will take on Airbus UK in the FAW Welsh Cup Quarter Final.
You can buy tickets for the fixture from the link below.