FOUR players named Williams will be aiming to help Holyhead Hotspur make cup history at Bridgend Town today.
Curt, David, Ian and Mark are all bidding for starting places in manager Campbell Harrison’s Cymru Alliance-side squad.
A place in the quarter-finals is the prize on offer and Spurs have never made it that far.
However, 11-goal Curt, the young striker who scored in six consecutive games during the autumn, is struggling with a hamstring strain.
Harrison said: “We will leave the decision on Curt to the last moment but we are not at all hopeful.”
On stand-by for a recall is David Williams, a regular marksman last season, who has hardly figured this term because of a knee problem.
Ian Williams should start and assistant-manager Mark Williams will also be in contention, but Tom Edwards and Dewi Thomas are missing.
Bridgend, from the Welsh League (South), a league comparable to the Cymru Alliance, have a less than daunting record of 16 games played and only one win.
“Bridgend have Andrew Mainwaring, a well-known striker with a Welsh Premier background, who will be a handful, plus other journeymen players who have bags of experience,” warned Harrison.
“We will battle all the way and never give up, because this is a tremendous opportunity for our young lads to achieve something special for the club.”