SOUTH Walian giantkillers stand in the way of Denbigh Town and a spot in the last-16 of the JD Welsh Cup.

The Central Park outfit will play host to Welsh League Cambrian & Clydach Vale in Saturday's third round contest.

It's already been a brilliant season for Cambrian & Clydach, who have beaten four Welsh Premier League clubs to reach the final of the Nathaniel MG Cup.

"They have gone and beaten TNS and they had a lucky win at the weekend from what I saw," said joint Denbigh boss Dewi Llion.

"We have seen the (TNS) highlights and they seem to be very well drilled with set pieces, and they have got pace out wide."

Denbigh will go into the tie in confident mood, though, as they have won four of their last five matches, including a second round triumph at Buckley Town.

"If you look at our first game of the season, we have only added two players since then," added Llion.

"We have changed the system and the lads have changed their mentality a bit.

"There is a huge togetherness between the lads now."

Tony Davies and Sam Downey are both suspended for Denbigh, while Dan Lloyd is likely to be cup-tied.

Lewis Sirrell comes back into the squad for Saturday, while goalkeeper Craig Vernon is rated as a 50-50 chance.

Bala Town will be hoping to dodge a potential banana skin in front of S4C's Sgorio cameras.

The Lakesiders head to Huws Gray Alliance side Flint Town United aiming for their first Welsh Cup win since they defeated The New Saints in the 2017 final.

Bala boss Colin Caton admitted: "It's a potential banana skin.

"The 6-1 in the League Cup was a false result, because they had six-or-seven players with Welsh Premier League experience out.

"It will be a totally different game on Saturday.

"If we play like we did in the first half versus Cefn Druids, we will go through.

"If we play like we did in the second half then we will be out.

"It will be a tough game.

"We have got to be at the races, otherwise we will be out."