NEW Llangefni Town manager Alex Kevan believes vital points will be there for the taking against Newtown today.
Kevan said: “We could get something from any games against those teams outside the top four, who are a bit special – TNS, Llanelli, Rhyl and Bangor.
“Take them out of the picture and there are all sorts of opportunities to pick up points, including against mid-table Newtown.”
When Llangefni, then with Adrian Jones in charge, visited Latham Park in September, the result was a narrow 2-1 defeat – “and the team are playing a great deal better now,” said Kevan.
“Against Caernarfon on Wednesday, in that abandoned derby, we created the better chances from skilful play, even though the conditions were dreadful, and that has given us confidence.”
The 14 players on duty at The Oval will report to Talwrn Road are boosted by fit-again centre-back Craig Hoggs.
But forward Chris Evans has left for Newtown and could make his debut against his former team-mates.
Newtown's problems show no signs of abating, writes John Bridgwater.
Having lost striker Craig Moses for up to eight weeks with damaged knee ligaments, the Robins' resources have been further depleted with Damien Daniels picking up an injury while out running.
The left-back faces a long spell on the sidelines.