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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

Flint Town United vs Cardiff Met

There's a clash at the foot of the JD Cymru Premier on Saturday as Cefn Druids welcome Cardiff Met to the Rock.

The Druids have picked up two draws in 14 games so far this season and are in desparate need of points if they want to steer themselves clear of the drop zone this term.

Met travel north after sealing their place in the Nathaniel MG Cup final last time out, with Christian Edwards hoping their win over Barry Town United can be a turning point following a difficult run of league form.

The Archers came from behind to earn a 4-2 victory when the two sides met in the JD Cymru Premier in October.

JD Cymru North

Llandudno vs Guilsfield

Llandudno and Guilsfield will be hoping to reduce the gap on the leaders Airbus UK Broughton as the pair meet at the OPS Wind Arena on Saturday.

Llandudno responded to their 2-0 defeat against the current pace setters by securing a 3-1 win over Llangefni Town in their last league fixture.

While Guilsfield earned a solid point against the Wingmakers courtesy of a brace from Ed Draper and will be looking to keep their unbeaten record intact this weekend.

JD Cymru South

Llanelli Town vs Goytre United

Lee John will take charge of Llanelli Town for the first time this weekend with his first fixture, incidentally, coming against Goytre United - the club he recently departed.

Llanelli are nine points worse off in the league than Goytre ahead of this weekend's fixture, although John revealed the opportunity to manage the Stebonheath Park outfit "was far too good an offer to turn down".

Mark Pike has been placed in interim charge of Goytre and will be aiming to secure back-to-back wins after their 3-0 victory over the Reds in November.

A win for the home side would see them remain in sixth, while Goytre could rise up to third if Briton Ferry Llansawel fail to pick up maximum points.

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