This Rhondda Derby is vitally important to both Ton Pentre and Cambrian & Clydach Vale as they look for the three points that will guide them towards Division One safety.
A win for Ton Pentre will guarantee their status in Division One, meanwhile Cambrian & Clydach also desperately need the win in an attempt to avoid relegation.
Cambrian’s midweek defeat at Afan Lido has sucked Cambrian right into the danger zone making this one of the biggest Rhondda Derby games in recent years.
The Bulldogs are expected to have a full squad to chose from and manager Lee Phillips, will certainly hope to see more from his players in this derby encounter than in the lacklustre performance against Garden Village last weekend.
The Rhondda Derby kicks off at 7:30pm and it should be a mouthwatering affair.