LLANGEFNI Town’s first-choice goalkeeper Farai Jackson will resume between the posts today when the league’s basement strugglers meet high-fliers Port Talbot Town for the first time.
Jackson’s work commitments ruled him out of Tuesday’s 3-1 North Wales Coast Challenge Cup defeat at Flint Town, in which recent signing Dave Vickers from Buckley Town made his debut.
Llangefni expect the rest of the players who experienced the 7-1 drubbing by reigning champions The New Saints on the Park Hall plastic pitch last weekend to be on standby for duty again.
Newly-appointed director of football Gus Williams said: “Port Talbot are an unknown proposition for us but, as one of the league’s highly-placed sides they will be treated with the respect they are due.
“Points are vital to us in our predicament and the same applies to all those clubs who are in the bottom six.
“We can only hope for the best, whether we play superbly and get nothing or perform poorly and gain a point or more.”
Sixth-placed Port Talbot had a goalless draw at Bangor City last weekend following a run of four straight wins.
Llangefni have endured seven defeats in league and cup tests in 2008, with only seven goals scored.