Ton Pentre got to promotion chasing Haverfordwest County on Saturday (25 April) as they look to finish the season as high as possible in Nathaniel Cars Welsh League Division One.
Havefordwest are battling it out with Cardiff Met University for second spot in Division One, a position that will guarantee promotion to the Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League.
Caerau Ely were crowned champions in the week and only Haverfordwest or Cardiff Met can finish second, meaning that one of them will definitely go up. This also means that only two clubs will be relegated from the League.
Therefore, it is crucial that Haverfordwest beat the Bulldogs to have any hope of returning to the Welsh Premier League. The importance of the match has not been lost on the Bluebirds manager, who took to Twitter on Friday and said:
The Bulldogs go to the Bridge Meadow Stadium without the suspended Andre Griffiths, who misses the final match of his suspension, and goalkeeper Neil Collins.
Tom Mouncher is also expected to be missing from the squad after sustaining a head injury against Pontardawe Town last Tuesday that required seven stitches.
The match kicks off at 2:30pm.