WREXHAM'S own "Swansea Jacks", Chris Llewellyn and Matt Crowell won't be too unhappy about upsetting family and friends by helping the Dragons to another FAW Premier Cup success.
A regular spectator at the Vetch, Llewellyn was snatched from under the nose of his hometown club by Norwich City, while Bridgend-born Crowell was on the South Wales club's books as a trainee before moving to Southampton.
And despite their affinity with the Swans, both are looking forward to their first Welsh derby clash.
Llewellyn, who will have a fitness test before tonight's kick-off, is confident about the outcome and said: "I've been a Swansea fan all my life so to play in the last-ever game at the Vetch Field is going to be a very special occasion.
"It's where I'm from and it's in my blood. But after the up-and-down season we've had at Wrexham - winning the LDV Vans Trophy and then being relegated - we want to finish on a high."
Crowell, who attracted a fee when he moved to Southampton aged just 15, said he was looking forward to seeing a few familiar faces.
"I know Stuart Jones on the playing staff, as well as a lot of people behind the scenes and I'm sure it will be a very special night. There's bound to be a decent crowd so there is a sense of occasion.
"But it would be great for everyone involved with Wrexham for us to win a second trophy of the season.
"Being relegated had nothing to do with football, which was a disappointment for all of us. But we've got to bounce back and where better to start than at Swansea tomorrow?"
The 20-year-old midfielder, out of contract next month, is hoping to be kept on at the Racecourse and added: "I'm happy at Wrexham and I'm pleased I've been in the side on a regular basis in the past couple of months.
"It suggests Denis Smith and Kevin Russell seem to be happy with what I'm doing and I don't think there's any question we'll be good enough to go straight back up next season."
Former Wales international Llewellyn, who has a further 12 months on his existing Dragons deal, is also prepared to stay on for a promotion challenge.
"I've had a chat with the boss already and I'm under contract until I hear anything to the contrary," he said..
"I don't think anyone is happy at League Two football, but that's the situation and we have to make sure we climb back up."
Wrexham's three Trinidad internationals have little time for relaxation following tonight's final game of the season, after being called up by new national team boss Leo Beenhakker.
The Dutch-born coach, brought in to try and resurrect Trinidad's World Cup qualification, wants all his UK-based players, including Carlos Edwards, Dennis Lawrence and Hector Sam, to report on Sunday for a two-week training camp.
Trinidad play Panama at home on June 4 before heading to Mexico four days later.