“A couple of players have had little niggles and knocks so it's given them a chance to rest recharge and be ready for the final push.”
Aberystwyth are challenging Cardiff Met well to that final play-off spot, whilst Llandudno will be desperate for all three points to keep the fight for survival alive.
Aberystwyth managed to defeat us both home and away in Phase One, by a single goal on both occasions.
Llandudno have won their last two home games in the Welsh Premier League after picking up crucial wins against Llanelli and Carmarthen Town.
The away side have recently bounced back well from their defeat in February to Cefn Druids by beating play-off rivals Cardiff Met, and scoring three past Carmarthen last time out.
Assistant manager Mark Cowan says he thinks the two week break has been positive for his players.
“The two week break has probably been a good thing for two reasons:
A. A couple of players have had little niggles and knocks so it's given them a chance to rest recharge and be ready for the final push.
B. With the changes in management with Mark Orme primarily taking the reins it's been an opportunity to reinforce some new messages to the player's in training in the 2 weeks break.” Said Mark Cowan
With their being only five games remaining of the season, Mark Cowan thinks every game must be seen as a must-win.
“I certainly think every home game is a must win, despite the fact Aberystwyth are a good side to have any chance of staying up we need to win all our home games and take as many points as we can on the road.”
We released the news recently of Toby Jones being out for the remainder of the season, and Mark says that the club are hoping to have a loan signing coming in as soon as possible.
“Toby is a big loss for us, we are hoping to have a loan signing come in but it won't be in time for tomorrow night. Toby and Zyaac Edwards miss out through injury but we welcome back Mike Pearson after serving a suspension. Every one else is good to go.” Said Mark
Llandudno are currently sitting in 11th place, eight points behind Carmarthen Town and safety.
Elsewhere, Carmarthen travel to 7th place Cardiff Met whilst Llanelli have a vital game against Cefn Druids to keep their hopes alive as well.
Come down to support the lads if you can at the Giant Hospitality Stadium, the game kicks off at 19:45.
Updated 13:52 - 21 Mar 2019 by Geraint Roberts