The first of two games in two days lie ahead for Chester FC this evening as they make the journey up the A55 to face Welsh Premier League side Llandudno.

Blues bosses Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley are set to take a fairly strong team up the North Wales Coast for the clash at the Giant Hospitality Stadium, with trialists once against set to get the chance to impress alongside some younger members of the squad.

Chester host League Two side Bury tomorrow at the Swansway Chester Stadium (3pm) with much of their first-team squad expected to be involved, but for some it could be a case of two games in 24 hours.

We'll be live from Llandudno to bring you all the action as it happens as the Blues continue their preparations for the big kick off on August 4 when they welcome Spennymoor Town to the Deva for the National League North opener.

And that's that

Thanks for joining us this evening. We’ll be back tomorrow to do it all over again for the visit of Bury.

Match report

HERE is Dave Powell’s verdict from Llandudno.

Gary Stopforth and Lloyd Marsh-Hughes speak to Chester joint-boss Anthony Johnson at Llandudno
Gary Stopforth and Lloyd Marsh-Hughes speak to Chester joint-boss Anthony Johnson at Llandudno (Image: Terry Marland)

Full time: Llandudno 0 Chester 4

Total dominance from a youthful Blues side tonight.

GOAL! Llandudno 0 Chester 4

Cain Noble slams home after Llandudno keeper could only push a cross into his path. 82 mins. Scoreline now reflects Chester’s dominance.

GOAL! Llandudno 0 Chester 3

Alex Downes battles his way to the byline and thunders a low strike that takes a deflection and finds the back of the net. 79 mins.

GOAL! Llandudno 0 Chester 2

Nathan Brown taps home from close range after Trialist E managed to get to the byline and cross low. 76 mins.

What a chance!

Great chance for Llandudno as Osian Jones is played clear but he rolls it well wide when one on one.

GOAL! Llandudno 0 Chester 1

Trialist E played in and he lashes home from close range. 67 minutes.

Watching brief

Sarcastic cheers as Chester’s trialist keeper touches the ball for the first time in about an hour.

Double change

Chester sub: Trialist E and Brown on for Hellawell and Matty Hughes. 60 mins.

Changes

Chester subs: Roberts, Stopforth and Murray off for Trialist C, Trialist C and Cain Noble

Well over

57 mins. Iwan Murray sends a 25 yard free kick well over Pearson’s bar.

Another chance!

First half action

Close!

Early chance for Chester as Matty Hughes sends a curled left foot effort just wide of Pearson’s upright.

Second half is underway

No changes at the break.

Half time thoughts

Half time: Llandudno 0 Chester 0

Blues in total control and very impressive but have lacked a cutting edge. Enjoyable, though.

So close

Trialist B thinks he has scored but his goal bound header from a corner is cleared off the line.

Apologies

Gary Roberts holds his hands up and apologises to the Blues managers after a short free kick goes all wrong.

“I got my wires crossed,” he yells.

All Chester

Matty Hughes sees one saved by Pearson as he lets fly from 25 yards. All Chester.

Just wide

Good effort

Another flowing Chester move ends with Iwan Murray rasping a fine strike at goal which Pearson looks to have saved. Referee deems it to have hit the side netting.

Great delivery again

Another excellent Roberts ball, this time for Hughes, ends with the striker lashing across the face of goal from an angle.

Held

Great chance

First effort

Good break from Chester ends with Matty Hughes sending an 18 yard effort at Pearson

Chester dominating

Chester seeing a lot of the ball so far. No clear cut chances as yet.

Good move

Good sweeping move involving Murray, Stopforth and Marsh-Hughes ends with Stopforth being closed down eight yards out.

Charged down

Free kick in the box eventually falls to Marsh-Hughes whose effort from 18 yards is charged down. 4 mins.