CAERNARFON Town expect to have a full squad when they trek to Port Talbot Town.
Steve O’Shaughnessy’s men are targeting their first league double, having toppled the South Wales opposition 3-1 at The Oval on the season’s opening day.
But successive Caernarfon sides have rarely sparkled at the Remax Stadium, winning only once in six visits and not since 2001, and last season they were hammered 7-1.
O’Shaughnessy said: “It is going to be tough – they all are these days – but we have done well on our travels overall.”
Right-back Lee Bamber, who would have missed last Saturday’s postponed game against Caersws for work reasons, is available.
Aberystwyth Town, one of the league’s form teams, bid to stay on the heels of the leading pack at home to improving Airbus UK Broughton, writes John Bridgwater.
“We’re on a good run, and we now want to keep it going,” said manager Brian Coyne.
Airbus boss Gareth Owen, who has missed his side’s last two outings with a knee problem, faces a late fitness test but keeper Chris Doran is fit after sitting out last weekend.
“Aberystwyth are a good attacking side, who defend well, but it’s important we build on what we’ve achieved in the last month,” said Owen.