LLANDUDNO face another potential banana skin as they look to reach the last eight of the JD Welsh Cup.

Iwan Williams’ side have been drawn away at Llangefni Town, with the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One leaders aiming for their second top-flight scalp in succession following their landmark victory over Llanelli Town last weekend.

This represents another stern test for Tudno, with Chris Roberts’ side losing just one game in all competitions so far this season as they go in search of multiple honours and an elusive promotion to the Huws Gray Alliance.

Undoubtedly the tie of the round comes at the VSM Stadium, with Bangor City drawn at home to nearby rivals Caernarfon Town.

Rhyl have been presented with a great chance to reach the quarter final stage after being drawn at home to fellow giant-killers and Nathaniel MG Cup finalists Cambrian and Clydach BGC, with second tier pacesetters Airbus Broughton welcoming TNS.

There are also three all-WPL affairs with Carmarthen Town hosting Connah’s Quay Nomads, Cardiff Met travelling to Aberystwyth Town and Barry Town United at home to Cefn Druids.

JD Welsh Cup fourth round: Carmarthen Town vs Connah’s Quay Nomads, Haverfordwest County vs Flint Town United/Bala Town, Bangor City vs Caernarfon Town, Barry Town United vs Cefn Druids, Airbus Broughton vs The New Saints, Rhyl vs Cambrian and Clydach, Aberystwyth Town vs Cardiff Met, Llangefni Town vs Llandudno.