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Here are some of the key fixtures to keep an eye on across the JD Cymru Premier, JD Cymru South and JD Cymru North this weekend.

JD Cymru Premier

Cardiff Met vs Aberystwyth

There's a clash at the bottom end of the JD Cymru Premier on Friday night as Cardiff Met and Aberystwyth battle it out at Cyncoed Campus.

The Archers have taken a point from their last four league fixtures and slipped to 10th in the table, with two points separating them and the Seasiders ahead of the clash.

Aberystwyth will be buyoed by their 1-0 victory over The New Saints in their last outing as they brought the league leaders' 12-game unbeaten start to an end at Park Avenue through John Owen's late strike.

The pair have met twice previously this season, with Christian Edwards' side coming out on top in the JD Cymru Premier and Nathaniel MG Cup in September.

JD Cymru North

Airbus UK Broughton vs Guilsfield

A top-of-the-table clash in the JD Cymru North sees the leaders Airbus UK Broughton host Guislfied at the Hollingsworth Group Stadium on Friday evening.

Airbus have sealed successive wins in their last 10 league games - a run of form which has seen the set the pace at the summit, while they currently enjoy a four-point lead over this weekend's opponents.

But Guislfield, who have played a game less than the Wingmakers, are the only unbeaten team in the league, having chalked up 10 wins and two draws from 12 games so far this season.

A win for Steve O'Shaughnessy's side this weekend would see them cut the gap on the leaders to a solitary point.

JD Cymru South

Briton Ferry Llansawel vs Llantwit Major

Briton Ferry Llansawel and Llantwit Major will be hoping to captialise on any slip up from league leaders Pontypridd Town as the pair meet at Old Road.

Ferry are unbeaten in their last 10 league games, with Andy Hill's side taking 26 from a possible 30 on offer.

They occupy third in the JD Cymru South table ahead of their clash against Major, who have suffered two defeats - agaist Pontypridd Town and Port Talbot Town - in their last three outings.

But Karl Lewis' side have the upper hand over this weekend's opposition as they sit in second - a place above Ferry in the table - with two points separating the pair.

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