PRESTATYN Town’s will look to seal a place in the JD Welsh Cup semi-finals at Flint Town United on Tuesday night.

The Seasiders’ last eight clash scheduled for Friday evening in front of the S4C Sgorio cameras was called off due to a waterlogged surface, but the tie between the JD Cymru North rivals now has a quick turnaround providing the surface at Cae y Castell has improved in a short space of time.

Neil Gibson’s men will be looking to make it a treble against the Silkmen this season after achieving a crucial double over their one-time title rivals in the second tier, the latest coming last weekend that all-but clinched the title for Town.

Should they emerge victorious on their travels they face the prospect of JD Cymru Premier opposition in the final four following the weekend’s action, with a huge shock coming at top flight leaders Connah’s Quay Nomads, who were beaten 2-1 by Cardiff Met in the upset of the round.

Defending champions The New Saints breezed into the semi-finals thanks to a thumping 6-1 home rout over Newtown, and Caernarfon Town are also still in with a serious shout of attaining silverware after they booked their place in the hat with a 4-0 victory over Cefn Druids on Friday night.

Following Town’s cup fixture in midweek, attention turns to their league fixture at Llangefni Town on Friday with the club just a handful of points away from achieving promotion back to the top of the Welsh pyramid.

Chris Roberts’ newly promoted side have enjoyed a fine season against the odds, but their survival hopes were dealt a blow with a controversial home loss to Ruthin Town on Saturday.

They currently sit fourth from bottom in the standings, one point ahead of Buckley Town having played significantly more games than their relegation rivals.