BANGOR City boss Nev Powell will weigh up his options for tonight’s clash with Newi Cefn Druids.
Michael Johnston, the 19-year-old secured from Tranmere Rovers, is poised for his Farrar Road introduction.
But first City manager Nev Powell plans to check on central defender Lee Webber, who is nursing a damaged knee.
Powell said: “Lee is a very experienced performer and, if he cannot be included, then Michael will be in the line-up, which he is due, after being among the best at Welshpool.”
Another defender, Martin Beattie, is set for a recall, having served a one-match ban, while forward Mike Walsh is also eager to be involved after two games on the bench.
Bangor are smarting after failing to bank a single point from their last two games.
Powell said: “We have had three games at home and performed well each time, even though the results were not always right. We hope to produce that same passion against the Druids.”
Druids could make changes despite getting back to winning ways with a four-goal win over Caersws, writes John Bridgwater.
But joint boss Wayne Phillips, whose side halted a three-match losing run with the victory, said: “Friday was a good win, very pleasing, but that’s gone now. We’ll now pick a team that we feel can do well against Bangor which is going to be another test.
“We’re looking forward to the game, it’s a good place to go and play football.
“I’ve got no complaints after five games, it’s not been a bad start, but we’ve now got a tough run of three away games coming up.”
Caersws host Aberystwyth Town tonight having lost all five league outings to date.
“We need to make it harder for teams to beat us, at the moment they’re scoring too easily,” said boss Mike Barton.
Aberystwyth aim to bounce back after a 1-0 loss at Llanelli.