NOMADS new signing Chris Melia could be set for his first full game in tonight’s re-arranged Welsh Premier game against neighbours Airbus UK.
The ambitious Deesiders will look to put Saturday’s 3-1 defeat at Bangor City behind them.
Manager Neville Powell said: “It was a big disappointment, especially after we had enough chances to have won it twice over in the first half.”
“If anything we seemed to suffer from over-confidence, wanting to walk the ball into the net and we were made it pay for it.
“Now we have to pick ourselves up after the accident and get back into the driving seat straight away.”
Fortunately for Nomads they don’t have long to dwell on the Bangor debacle, taking on Airbus after their game was snowed off a week ago last Friday.
Powell has a full squad to call upon as Nomads came through without any injuries at Bangor.
Player boss Gareth Owen admits his Airbus UK side still have plenty to do if they hope to secure survival, writes John Bridgwater.
After Saturday’s win over Cwmbran Town, Owen said: “The lads did everything I asked from them last week and it was a very important win. But we’ve got to build on it.
“There’s still a long way to go, but we’ve got to keep believing as the league table can change quite quickly.”
Simon Daves, the former Manchester United midfielder, may be included but much will depend on his coaching commitments with Chester that kept him out of the Cwmbran match. Airbus are likely to keep faith with the same line-up, while Adam Hunter is still out.