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A Trip to Barry Town next for Llandudno in the Welsh Premier League.

By Geraint Roberts

Llandudno travel to third placed Barry Town on Sunday in an attempt to do the double over the South Wales outfit.

The Seasiders picked up their first win of the league season back in September against Sunday’s opponents, but both side’s form have been very different since.

Barry have picked up six wins from the last seven games, including winning away at Caernarfon and Bala Town.

Llandudno will be desperate to pick up three points again against Barry but Iwan Williams recognises the difficult task ahead of the team.

“They’re a good footballing side with the crux of the squad having been together for a while. They like to pass the ball and rotate in wide areas.”

“It’s always difficult going to Barry and Sunday will be no different. We have to compete and have a good work ethic about us. Our forward line will have to take their chances if we are to get something out of the game.”

Despite Barry’s quality, the manager has said that there is optimism around the squad because of what happened back in September.

“We are optimistic. We have to be. It was a great performance against them in September but they will want to reverse that so we will have to be at their level of intensity to combat their threats.” Said Iwan

Following the announcement of signing Ben Clark from TNS on a short term loan, Iwan says his new player could feature on Sunday.

“Ben could feature. He could give us a spark. But the team will be a very late call given the niggles we have. Ben is a good addition because he has everything a modern day midfielder requires.

“We will spend today speaking to the players and ensuring we get the personnel right. We need a win so we have to approach it knowing we’ve ticked every box.”

The game on Sunday is the only away fixture for the Seasiders this month, before back to back home games against Bala and Carmarthen Town – meaning a victory could put the lads in good stead to pick up some much needed points.

The teams closest to us play on Saturday with Carmarthen facing Caernarfon at home, and Llanelli travelling away to Connah’s Quay. Cefn Druids managed to pick up a well earned point against top six side Newtown.

Updated 11:24 - 3 Nov 2018 by Geraint Roberts

Where next?

Ben Clark Signs for Llandudno FC Llandudno FC have signed Ben Clark from TNS on a short term loan deal and the player will be eligible to play against Barry Town.
Llandudno crash out of the Nathaniel MG Cup after TNS defeat Llandudno were knocked out of the Nathaniel MG Cup against cup holders TNS after losing 5-0 in the quarter-final.


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