FLINT Town United, back on top after their 2-0 win over Llanfairpwll, could be without midfielder Darren Pritchard for today’s visit to bottom club Queen’s Park.
Former Llangefni Town regular Pritchard sustained a calf knock last week and faces a late fitness test.
“We haven’t ruled Darren out yet but we’ve got plenty of cover available and will otherwise be at full strength,” said Flint boss Dave Beck.
”It’s good to be heading the table again but the lads know we’ve got to keep working and we won’t be taking Queen’s Park lightly despite the wide gap between us.”
Flint will be clear favourites for their 16th win of the season while Queen’s have only managed three.
Queens new boss Stuart Roberts, most recently on the commercial side of Newi Cefn Druids, gets his first real taste in management at a side in freefall, writes John Bridgwater .
Rooted to the foot of the table, the new boss admits he faces a big task but believes his new club can get back on track.
“The wheels have come off since Christmas but if you analyse the results and performances before then, the team were not a million miles away,” he said.
“There are 13 games left and plenty of points available.”
Llangefni Town aim to extend their winning streak at the expense of visitors Ruthin Town following a 1-0 win at their opponents’ ground in mid-January, writes Keith Evans.
Kevin Lloyd, the scorer that day, figures again but Adie Jones’ squad could be without four other regulars.
Graham Austin will be sidelined for weeks with an ankle injury and full-back Geraint Mitchell must check out stitches in a head wound.
Out for the rest of the season are defenders Craig Hogg, who will undergo surgery on a groin problem on Monday, and Cerwyn Roberts, because of a dislocated shoulder.
Centre-back Mike Parry is doubtful with a knee injury but, on the plus side, attackers Alun Jones and Ywain Gwynedd will resume.
Llangefni are fourth and seven points adrift of Flint.
General manager Bryan Owen said: “We are only a couple of wins off track and, since we have to meet Bala twice and Flint once in crunch matches, the title situation is still wide open.”