“The lads have been good. Training was sharp on Tuesday and we have another session to prepare tonight”
A win though, would keep our season alive, putting us just five points off safety with three games to go.
The defeat last time out against Aberystwyth puts even more emphasis on looking for victory down in Carmarthen.
The home side are coming off a back off a disappointing last minute defeat to Play-Off Conference leaders Cardiff Met.
A win for Carmarthen would send both Llandudno and Llanelli down and confirm their place in the top tier of Welsh football.
Last time out, Llandudno saw off Carmarthen comfortably by 3-1 thanks to a brace from George Harry, and a goal from Ben Clark.
The first game from Phase One between the two sides ended in a draw at Carmarthen but they did see off Llandudno at the Giant Hospitality Stadium back in November.
Mark Orme says that the lads are up for the challenge and have looked sharp in training. Speaking on Thursday, he said:
"The lads have been good. Training was sharp on Tuesday and we have another session to prepare tonight."
"Other than the TNS game in the cup, performances have been good since the league split, so I have full confidence that the lads will put another one in on Saturday, but ultimately at this level it's about results, and we have to get one at the weekend."
Zyaac Edwards won't be involved after still struggling with injury, as well as Toby Jones who is still nursing his ankle injury.
George Harry and Les Davies have been carrying niggles so have been assessed on wether they will be fit to face Carmarthen on Saturday.
Updated 14:15 - 5 Apr 2019 by Geraint Roberts