Following the victory on Tuesday in the Nathaniel MG Cup over Bangor, Llandudno will now be looking to get their first win in the JD Welsh Premier League after two stalemates against Carmarthen Town and Newtown respectively.
Cefn Druids are looking for their first victory of the season, but also their first point after losing the first three games against Bala, Llanelli and Caernarfon.
Druids will be hurting after losing their last two league games in injury time and will be itching to bounce back against Llandudno on Saturday night.
Manager Iwan Williams made three changes against Bangor but it was the substitute, John Owen, who got the elusive goal for the Seasiders.
There is no injuries or suspensions for the away side and a similar team is expected to the one that faced Newtown last Saturday.
The last three games between the sides are undoubtedly in Cefn Druids favour after one draw and two defeats for Llandudno.
There is no doubt about the talent of the home side, despite their current form. after getting a taste of European football earlier in the Summer.
They narrowly missed out on progressing to the next round after a 2-1 aggregate defeat against Lithuanian side Trakai thanks to a winning goal from former Everton player Diniyar Bilyaletdinov.
There will be an added incentive for the players on the pitch knowing that the game will be broadcasted live on S4C.
Updated 14:26 - 31 Aug 2018 by Geraint Roberts