BANGOR City, whose recent run of five wins and one draw have revived late-season interest, aim to add Caersws to their conquests tonight.
Manager Steve Bleasdale said: “We are going there to win, because I do not believe in draws and certainly do not think about defeats.
“What I want from my players is for them to attack well, compete with enthusiasm and show a lot of passion – in other words, for them to roll up their sleeves and get on with it.”
City hosted Caersws twice in 10 days in early-season during Clayton Blackmore’s reign as manager, and experienced contrasting results, a 3-1 win in the Premier Cup and a 2-1 defeat in the league.
But now City are producing consistency and have a full squad, which Bleasdale said provided him with a happy selection headache.
Successive defeats have seen Caersws drop to just four points off the bottom.
Manager Mickey Evans admits they must keep plugging away for a win that would ease their drop fears.
“It was disappointing to lose last Friday, but we’ve got to keep plugging away and take that performance into the Bangor game,” he said.
The Bluebirds remain without the services of experienced defender Hugh Clarke, but midfielder Graham Jones has fitted in well. Midfielder Geraint Lewis and forward Damien Currier are likely to return.