BALA Town boss Colin Caton is looking for some anger from his players as the Lakesiders go gunning for a cup final spot.

This Friday sees Bala hosting Connah's Quay Nomads in the last-four of the Nathaniel MG Cup.

It's a big clash at Maes Tegid, with the sides meeting for the third time this season.

Looking ahead to the tie, Caton said: "I think we have been to the final before and we have been to the semi-final before.

"It's good for the lads to be playing at the weekend and it's good we are still in the cup.

"We have done well to get where we have got.

"It's a big game for us and it will be nice to get to the final.

"We won there (at Connah's Quay) in a real tight affair - a Dave Edwards free kick.

"They came to Bala a few weeks ago and we couldn't get near them.

"We will be going a different way against them on Friday and I will be disappointed if the lads aren't angry.

"It will be a tough test and it will be a tight affair."

Chris Venables is suspended in the league, but he is available to join the squad for the big semi-final.

Johnny Spittle and Will Evans remain out, but they are just a week or two away from a return to action.

"It's all to play for," added Caton.

"We have got Connah's Quay on Friday and TNS at home in the league, so it's a big couple of weeks for us."