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MANAGER Danny Barton has warned his Guilsfield players to put thoughts of a fourth round Welsh Cup meeting with Airbus UK Broughton out of their minds.

The Guils face Cwmamman United in a twice re-arranged tie on Saturday and, after two cancellations, the third round clash has been switched to Clos Mytton.

But Barton insisted his side could expect a tough game against the Welsh League Division Two side.

"It does not really matter if you are home or away in the cup," said Barton to the County Times. "Either way it is always a difficult game.

"However we are confident and know if we play well then we can progress."

Defender James Henderson is joined by midfielder Nathan Leonard in returning to contention with Barton insisting his side would focus on the challenge posed by Cwmamman and forget a potential fourth round tie with Welsh Premier League outfit Airbus.

"Obviously we have known for a while now that Airbus awaits the winner of our tie but it means nothing if we do not get past Cwmamman first which we must make sure we do on Saturday," Barton added.