The final round of group matches in the Genero Adran Trophy takes place on Sunday afternoon, with spots in the round of 16 still left to play for.
The round of 16 will see the eight Genero Adran Premier sides enter the competition as seeded clubs and they will face the teams who finish in the top two of their respective groups.
In the North Group 1, Wrexham have already confirmed their place in the knockout stage with two wins from two games and they host wildcard outfit Llangefni Town who have lost both of their matches so far.
It means that it is a winner-takes-all clash at Mount Field between Llanfair United and CPD Y Rhyl 1879, who are both level on three points. The visitors are ahead on goal difference going into the game, largely thanks to an astonishing 12-0 away win at Llangefni.
The situation is similar in North Group 2, where Genero Adran North leaders Connah’s Quay Nomads are safely through to the round of 16 with a game to spare. They make the trip to already eliminated CPDM Y Felinheli.
It then comes down to Llandudno’s fixture against Airbus UK at Y Morfa. Both clubs have three points to their name, with the Seasiders currently ahead on goal difference.
In South Group 1, Cascade YC have taken maximum points from their two matches so far and are in the hat for Monday’s draw. They travel to Caldicot Town, who cannot qualify.
The crunch fixture comes between Swansea University and Coed Duon, who are currently tied on three points. Wildcards Coed Duon still have a chance of reaching the knockout stage, but Swansea Uni have the advantage on goal difference right now.
There are only three teams in South Group 2, with Briton Ferry through to the knockout stage after beating Pontardawe Town and Cardiff Wanderers.
The game between those two clubs to decide second place has been postponed, meaning both will be named in the draw before a winner is found at a later date.