ABERYSTWYTH Town are relishing the chance of halting early pacesetters Llanelli when they make tonight’s trip to Stebonheath Park.
It promises to be a daunting test for the Black and Greens, but one that manager Brian Coyne is looking forward to, particularly as his side have won three of their last four trips to the Reds.
“Our record there has been good over the years, it’s a good surface to play on and we enjoy playing there,” he said. “Llanelli have made some big signings and it’s going to be tough, but it’s a great game to look forward to as no one fancies us to get anything.
“We’ve made a steady start ourselves, and now we want to keep it going.”
While Llanelli have won all four outings, Aber have picked up seven points from their four games which included last Sunday’s hard-fought 1-0 win over Newi Cefn Druids.
“It was a tough match, just what we expected but we managed to grind out a result which was just what we needed,” said Coyne. “It was the sort of game where we would have dropped points in the past.”
Despite a couple of bumps and bruises, Aber hope to have a clean bill of health for tonight’s game.