FORM sides Llanfairpwll and Llandudno, unbeaten in 11 games between them, go head-to-head at the Gors today.
Llanfairpwll have only defender Eiddon Griffiths missing with an ankle injury, while Llandudno expect all of their regulars to be available.
Last season’s corresponding clash ended with the Seasiders winning 6-2, but the Anglesey villagers atoned in a 4-4 thriller return at Maesdu Park.
Llanfairpwll manager Darren Moore, whose team have figured in three draws and two draws since their opening-game defeat, said: “This has all the makings of a superb test between two sides doing well.”
James Cornish, joint-boss of third-placed Llandudno, whose last defeat was six games ago, said: “It is a tricky place to go and we shall have to be at our best.”
Prestatyn Town welcome back three key players for today’s visit of Denbigh Town, writes Mike McEvoy.
Goalkeeper Jon Dunt returns from a one-match suspension and defender Andy Davies and striker Ian Griffiths will also be available for a game Town need to win to go top.
Sixth-placed Denbigh will present a tough hurdle, but there are fitness doubts over midfielder Tommy Harrison, central defender Tony Davies and utility man Matty Gatfield.
Back in the squad are wide operator Andy Booker and midfielder Jamie Hobson, who returns from holiday.
Guilsfield look to stretch their unbeaten run to six games in a Cymru Alliance Cup preliminary round home tie with Gresford Athletic, writes John Bridgwater.
The mid-Wales villagers go into the encounter in fine fettle after sentencing high-flying Bala Town to their first defeat of the season.
But boss Graham Evans knows his side cannot afford to rest on their laurels as they bid to keep their cup flag flying.
“At the moment, players are giving everything, but we must now take that forward and show the same kind of attitude that we have done in our previous games,” he said.
“Gresford will be coming here to turn us over.”
Front runner Tim Nunnerley is back following injury and defender Glenn Evans is also available after suspension.
Mattie Newton is suspended while Lance Parkes and Chris Skitt are also injured.
Gresford have endured a tough start to the season, and currently lie second from bottom with four points from seven outings. The winners of the tie meet Ruthin Town.