NEW signing Mark Cadwallader is set to make his Bangor City debut at Aberystwyth Town today, as the Farrar Road club target a fourth straight win.
City manager Steve Bleasdale said: “We are keen to extend the run and, as we are strong at the back and look good going forward, we have a new belief in ourselves.
“The spirit in the squad is excellent and the players have developed a bit of passion, which means we should be difficult to beat, although we recognise this will be a tough game”.
City will be hoping for revenge at Park Avenue, after Aberystwyth inflicted a 4-1 thrashing on Clayton Blackmore’s side in the home game in late October.
Bleasdale said: “Aberystwyth say they are pleased with themselves, having held The New Saints to a 0-0 draw last weekend, after winning 2-1 at New Cefn Druids.”
Forward Mike Walsh will figure after shrugging off an injury but Martin Beattie is a week away from a return.
Aberystwyth, meanwhile, will be looking to stretch their unbeaten run to five games today, writes John Bridgwater.
The Black and Greens continued their run with last weekend’s creditable 0-0 draw with high flying TNS, and manager Brian Coyne anticipates another stern test against in-form Bangor.
“Last week was very pleasing, we worked hard and a draw was a fair result,” he said
“Considering we’ve not played a lot, we showed good fitness levels. We know it’s going to be tough today, but the boys are playing with freedom and are enjoying themselves.”
Aber have a couple of injury doubts, but expect to keep the same line-up that was on duty against TNS. Danny Barton is still weeks away from a return.