NOMADS manager Neville Powell is waiting to eye up the state of the rain-hit Llanelli pitch before showing his hand for today's reinstated crucial Welsh Cup quarter-final battle in West Wales.
Washed out last Saturday following an early pitch inspection, Nomads are firing themselves up again up for this rare chance to land a semi-final appearance against opponents Carmarthen Town.
The showpiece event, which will be televised live, is expected to be staged at neutral Newtown on Sunday, April 1.
But Powell regards that mouth-watering prospect as a challenge for another day.
"First we have to apply ourselves totally to the matter of beating Llanelli and that's quite enough to be going on with," he said.
"We finished 1-1 down there earlier in the season but they'll want to get this one settled first time round so we know we will have to produce a big performance to get through."
But Powell knows that his team thrive on the big occasion and – after crushing Carmarthen Town 4-1 last time out, helped by a hat-trick from Tommy Mutton – confidence is not an issue for the eager Deesiders.
"We have it in us to beat any side in the League on our day and the lads were bitterly disappointed to be denied the chance last Saturday," said Powell.
The unexpected seven-days’ grace has at least done Nomads the favour of enabling their three injured players Gary Pinch, Graham Roach and Gary Lovell additional time to recover.
Pinch seems sure to be reinstated, provided the going is not deemed to be too heavy, while Roach and Lovell could figure on the subs bench with returning holiday-maker Craig Hutchinson and Phil Molyneux all in competition to squeeze a place in the competitive line-up.
Powell said: "This is a chance to put Nomads on the map and give our supporters something to celebrate, so whatever team we field will be giving it maximum effort."