LOOKING for your weekend football fix?

Whether it is the JD Welsh Cup or the JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League, the County Times has got you covered.

Trawling through the weekend fixture list we share five stand out matches for consideration.

Wherever you go, enjoy your weekend and keep on supporting Welsh pyramid football clubs.

Swansea University v Guilsfield - JD Welsh Cup, sixth round (2.30)

GUILSFIELD have a fine Welsh Cup history having met Connah's Quay Nomads and Bangor City over the years.

While the league remains their priority having applied for promotion to the JD Cymru Premier, the cup brings its own kudos and rewards.

Swansea University are among the stronger clubs in the JD Cymru South and champions in 2020 but their Sketty Lane ground failed to meet criteria.

An even match is expected but the Guils will be without suspended defender Sam Lichfield.

Rhayader Town v Aberbargoed Buds - Ardal South East League (2.30)

RHAYADER Town have endured a poor start to life in the third tier.

Just one win and a draw from their opening eight games leaves the Red Kites second from bottom with four points.

However it remains tight at the bottom and victory over the Buds would see Rhayader's basement worries eased.

Four Crosses v Welshpool Town - Ardal North East League (2.30)

FOUR Crosses threw away a two goal lead against Kerry last week and remain bottom of the table.

The border club have games in hand but must start putting points on the board or risk becoming further detached at the foot of the table.

Welshpool eased their own basement fears with victory over Penparcau last week with Ricky Litchfield netting four goals.

The Lilywhites make the short trip as favourites but a close match is anticipated at Foxen Manor.

Forden United v Waterloo Rovers - Emrys Morgan Cup, second round (2.30)

OLD rivalries will be renewed as Forden host neighbours Waterloo Rovers at the Gaer.

One of the results of the Welsh pyramid restructure has been the return of senior clubs like United and Rovers to the fold and both will be gunning for silverware this season.

Penybont United v Felindre - Watson Financial Mid Wales League South (2.30)

PENYBONT welcome Felindre to the Racecourse Ground.

The home side bid to maintain their decent start to the campaign which has seen them climb to the top of the table but Felindre will bid to upset the apple cart and open their own account for the season.