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JD Cymru Premier

Barry Town United v Connah's Quay Nomads (Saturday, 14:30)

Having rescued a point late on against The New Saints last week, Nomads travel south to Jenner Park top of the table on goal difference from their hosts tomorrow. 

Quay maintained their unbeaten record this season thanks to Michael Wilde's strike, and another test awaits against a Barry side who lost theirs last week at Caernarfon. 

Jordan Cotterill is back in contention to start for the Linnets having served his ban, whilst for the visitors Callum Roberts and John Disney both miss out through suspension. 

Cefn Druids v Cardiff Met (Saturday, 14:30)

Three weeks ago, these two sides were separated by eleven points in the Cymru Prem table, Now it's three, and a two goal plus win for Druids tomorrow will take them above the Archers on goal difference.

Huw Griffiths' side have won their last three on the bounce, which is Druids' longest winning run in the League since their promotion back in 2016. They'll be out to make it four against a Met side who haven't won a game in all competitions (six in total) since the 21st September (2-1 v Bala). 

JD Cymru North

Corwen v Llangefni Town (Saturday, 14:30)

With only one JD Cymru North being played this weekend, a win for Corwen or Llangefni would bring valuable points and help them climb up the table.

Corwen will be hoping to continue their impressive performances having won their last two league games away to Conwy and Porthmadog. Llangefni meanwhile have not played a league game for month and will look to capitalise on their two games in hand.

The inform Dale Davies who scored two goals against Porthmadog could be the man to watch whilst Llangefni have found it difficult to put the ball in the back of the net.

JD Cymru South

Llantwit Major v Cwmbran Celtic (Saturday, 14:30)

Llantwit Major will be hoping to gain ground on the rest of the JD Cymru South this weekend, as their home match against Cwmbran Celtic is the only fixture in the division this weekend.

Major have won four of their 10 league fixtures this season, whilst Celtic languish in 14th having won just twice all season. The away side have netted just 13 times all year, and will be hoping for some improvement in front of goal as they prepare to take on Darren Robinson’s men. Their 0-0 draw last week though away at STM will give them a boost heading into this one.

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