THE big matches keep on coming for Welshpool Town Football Club.

Just a week after the club’s senior men’s side hosted Holyhead Hotspur in the quarter-finals of the Welsh Trophy the iconic Maesydre ground stages another high profile match.

This time the club’s newly reformed women’s team will be in the spotlight.

Welshpool entertain Lampeter Town in the quarter-finals of the Central Wales Women’s Cup on Sunday in the biggest match since the club reformed.

Manager Paul Chilton accepted his side were underdogs but insisted Welshpool were ready for the challenge.

Chilton said: “We are looking forward to the challenge of a competitive meaningful game after playing only friendly games so far.

“We will be doing our best to make it through to the semi-finals.”

Welshpool head into the match with little knowledge on their opponents having never met previously.

“We know absolutely nothing about Lampeter having never played them before so we will need to be able to be adaptable and versatile at short notice,” said Chilton.

However the Welshpool chief insisted his side had more than just home advantage in their favour in their bid to cause a shock.

“I would be surprised if they know much about our team so perhaps we will have one or two surprises up our sleeves that cause them problems that they find difficult to solve.”