RHYL face the toughest obstacle in their quest for an unprecedented quadruple trophy triumph tonight - but at least they know the pressure is on their opponents.
John Hulse's heroes take on holders Wrexham in the BBC-FAW Premier Cup final at Belle Vue and they will start as underdogs, despite having already landed the Welsh Premier title, the League Challenge Cup and the Welsh Cup.
"It's been a fantastic season so far, but we aren't finished yet," said the confident Lilywhites manager.
"Wrexham will be favourites as the full-time club, but we have prepared as professionally as possible and the players just don't know the meaning of the word 'defeat'."
Hulse was an interested spectator at Wrexham' s match against Brighton on Saturday and even though the Dragons lost 2-0, he was impressed.
"They have a lot of talented players, like Paul Edwards and Carlos Edwards, but Darren Ferguson is the player- maker, who will have to be watched carefully," Hulse said. "Wrexham will be under pressure to win this cup again as they are desperate for money, but we want to collect some more silverware and home advantage could be a crucial factor."
Rhyl, who dumped out Third Division Swansea in the last four, have pocketed £ 50,000 for reaching the final and that will be doubled if they beat Wrexham. A sell-out crowd of around 3,000 is expected and Hulse reckons the fans have a major role to play.
"Our fans have been magnificent and just as their backing gave the lads a big lift in the semi-final victory over Swansea City. I'll be looking for a similar response against Wrexham," he said.
The Lilywhites lost 4-0 at the Racecourse in last season's final.
Midfielder Steve Walters is Rhyl's only injury doubt after going off with a sprained ankle during Sunday's Welsh Cup final win over TNS.
The Lilywhites have been beaten just once this season and Wrexham manager Denis Smith, pictured above, knows his players will have to be at their best to further dent that impressive record.
"When a team is winning as they are, it's no surprise that they are confident and the fact they've lost only one game is some record by any standards," said Smith. "So we know it's not going to be easy."
Smith and his backroom team watched Rhyl secure the Premiership crown at Porthmadog and have also viewed video footage of their opponents' two most recent meetings with TNS, whom Wrexham beat in the quarter-finals of the competition.
"Rhyl played really well against TNS, who are not a bad side, as we know," the Dragons boss added.
"Down there earlier in the season, we dominated the first half, but TNS had a good spell in the second because we thought we had the game won.
"They gave us a wake-up call and we can expect more of the same from Rhyl, so we'll have to make sure we are disciplined, that we work hard and do the basic things well.
"That's what Rhyl do and, while they have several very good players, they are a team in the true sense of the word."
And Smith is reading little into the fact that Rhyl's players were forced into extra time to secure their Welsh Cup success against TNS at Newtown on Sunday.
"I hope they might feel the effects of that tomorrow but players generally prefer to be involved in matches rather than training," he said.
Smith has all but ruled midfielder Jim Whitley out of his plans, but Steve Thomas and Paul Edwards have both recovered from a stomach bug to be named in an 17-strong squad that includes youngster Simon Spender.
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RHYL (from): Smith, Brewerton, Atherton, Edwards, M Powell, Walters, McGinn, Wilson, Limbert, Graves, G Powell, Moran, Adamson, Jackson, Billingsley, Turner, Hogg, White, Walsh.
WREXHAM (from): Ingham, Roberts, Carey, Lawrence, C Edwards, Thomas, Ferguson, Barrett, P Edwards, Llewellyn, Sam, Whitfield, Holmes, Morgan, M Jones, Armstrong, L Jones, Spender.