DEFENDER Lewis Callaghan is due back from suspension for Colwyn Bay’s testing clash at fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield FC tonight (7.45pm).
Seagulls manager Gary Finley also hopes injured skipper James Olsen will be able to start after coming on as substitute in the 1-0 home win over Quorn on Saturday.
That victory edged the Bay to within five points of the play-off places and with seventh-placed Sheffield also chasing promotion tonight’s tussle could be a cracker.
Colwyn have met the world’s oldest football club three times already this season, losing to them 3-0 at home in the league, but beating the Yorkshiremen in the FA Trophy after a replay.
The first game at Llanelian Road finished 1-1, but Bay went to Dronfield three days later and won after extra time.
“We’ve shown we can win there once this season and there’s no reason why we can’t do so again,” said Finley.
“They’re a big, strong side but we’ve found a little bit of consistency now. We’re on a good run and we go to Sheffield full of confidence.”
Finley was delighted with the win against a Quorn outfit the Bay meet again next Saturday.
“We missed a few chances, but in the end we got the points and that’s all that matters at this stage of the season,” he stressed.