SWANSEA'S two MacWhirter Welsh League heavyweights continue their search for silverware tomorrow.
West End and Pontardawe Town are in mid-table positions in division one but both have great chances of making a title challenge as they have a number of games in hand on the clubs above them.
West End, who are sixth, are seven points adrift of leaders Taffs Well but have three games in hand. Tomorrow, they host fourth-placed AFC Porth.
Pontardawe are eighth, but also have matches to play after a series of postponements. They make the trip to Cwmbran Celtic.
In-form Tata Steel are looking to continue their momentum as they continue their fight against the drop.
Tata have taken seven points from the last nine on offer and grabbed a 2-1 victory over Cwmbran Celtic at the weekend.
Tomorrow they make the trip to Aberdare Town, who are just two places above them in the table.
But the situation is looking increasingly bleak for Goytre United, who were beaten 4-1 at home by Cambrian & Clydach in their last league game. This week they visit Caerleon.
In division two, Briton Ferry Llansawel head to Dinas Powys. Garden Village travel to Caerau Ely and Ammanford host Goytre.