ABERYSTWYTH Town make a tricky trip to full-timers Llanelli tonight as they bid to climb back into the top half of the table.
Two points and no goals from their last three outings has seen the Black and Greens lose ground on the leading pack in their quest for a Premier Cup place next season.
But manager Brian Coyne is confident his side can give a good account of themselves at Stebonheath Park where they won in the Loosemores Cup earlier in the campaign.
“It’s going to be difficult as Llanelli have hit a bit of form but our recent record against them is good,” he said.
The injury jinx that has disrupted Aber’s plans this term struck again with front runner Glyndwr Hughes missing last weekend’s windswept 0-0 draw at Airbus after suffering a foot injury at work.
Hughes may be doubtful for tonight but striker Danny Barton, who appeared as a substitute late on last Saturday following his ankle injury, could again be included in the squad as he looks to regain match fitness.
Aber winger Craig Jones faces the prospect of missing the rest of the season after injuring knee ligaments against Bangor.
Having gone almost a year without a goal-less draw, Aber have now had two in their last three outings.