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With another busy weekend of action ahead, here are some of the key fixtures to keep an eye on across the JD Cymru Premier, JD Cymru South and JD Cymru North.

JD Cymru Premier

Connah’s Quay Nomads vs The New Saints

Craig Harrison will be out to get one over on his former side when defending JD Cymru Premier champions Connah’s Quay Nomads lock horns with the current league leaders The New Saints.

The former TNS boss, who led them to six league titles during his time at Park Hall, oversaw the Nomads’ 1-1 draw with Haverfordwest last weekend – his first outing in charge following the departure of Andy Morrison – and will welcome the current pace setters in front of the Sgorio cameras on Saturday afternoon.

The Saints have made an unbeaten start to the season after their opening seven games - picking up 19 points - and will be looking to extend their lead at the league summit.

Cardiff Met vs Haverfordwest County

Fresh off the back of a 4-2 win over Cefn Druids last weekend, Cardiff Met have now picked up three successive victories in all competitions ahead of the visit of Haverfordwest County on Saturday.

Haverfordwest, meanwhile, came from behind to earn a share of the spoils against the Nomads courtesy of Ben Fawcett’s late goal last time out, stretching their unbeaten run in all competitions to four games.

The two sides played out a stalemate when they met at Bridge Meadow last month, but they have both found the net in their last three outings.

JD Cymru North

Llangefni Town vs Llanidloes

Llangefni Town sit at the foot of the JD Cymru North table and are still awaiting their first league win of the campaign after chalking up a solitary point from their opening 10 fixtures.

It has been a difficult start to life back in the second tier for Llangefni but this weekend will present them with an opportunity to close the gap on Llanidloes, who are six points better off and sit two places ahead of them in the table.

Llanidloes will also be looking to respond after their defeat against Guilsfield last time out.

Penrhyncoch vs Prestatyn

Prestatyn make the trip to Ceredigion on Saturday with one place separating themselves and Penrhyncoch in the table.

Prestatyn, who are two points better off in the standings, ended a run of five consecutive defeats with a convincing win over Llangefni Town last time out, while Penrhyncoch are searching for their first win in five games in all competitions.

Both sides will be looking to put together a consistent run of form which has proven difficult in the first 10 games of the campaign.

JD Cymru South

Taffs Well vs Trefelin BGC

It’s eighth against ninth in the JD Cymru South as Taffs Well welcome Trefelin BGC to Rhiw’r Ddar, with a solitary point separating the two sides in the table ahead of this weekend’s fixture.

Taffs Well had gone five games unbeaten prior to their trip to Llantwit Major last weekend and will be aiming for an immediate response.

Trefelin, meanwhile, will be buoyed by their 4-1 win over Cambrian and Clydach Vale last weekend as they climbed above the Wellmen, and could finish the weekend in fifth if results elsewhere go their way.

Llantwit Major vs Afan Lido

Llantwit Major have made a flying start to the new season and currently sit at the top of the pile in the JD Cymru South.

Major bounced back from their JD Welsh Cup exit against Taffs Well by securing a 4-2 victory over the Wellmen in their last league outing, taking their points tally to 28 while they also have a game in hand over second-placed Pontypridd Town.

Lido, who stopped the rot last weekend when a 2-1 win over Ammanford brought to an end a run of six straight defeats, will be aiming to pull off a shock by sealing back-to-back wins against the league leaders.

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