Fourth placed Connah's Quay Nomads travel to Cyncoed Campus to face third placed Cardiff Metropolitan University this afternoon.
The Nomads will be looking to bounce back from last Friday's 0-2 home defeat to Bangor City, whilst the Archers battled to a 1-1 draw at home to the impressive Cefn Druids.
In a game which lacked quality in the last third, both sides will have left wondering what might have been. Met remains unbeaten at home, as they played the last 30 minutes with ten men after Joel Edwards' sending off.
The Archers will be thankful that Joel Edwards' red card didn't
Cardiff Metropolitan University look to continue their good home form as they take on the Cefn Druids at Cyncoed Campus. The two sides met on the opening day of the season, with the Students running out 3-0 winners with two goals from Chris Baker and the other from Eliot Evans.
Cardiff Metropolitan University and Newtown meet again this evening as the two sides come together to compete for a place in the Nathaniel MG Cup final.
It is the first semi-final to take place, as either the Archers or the Robins will play the Connah's Quay Nomads or The New Saints.
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Canton Liberal made light work of Brecon Corries as they created many chances and finished three of them off to cap a comfortable victory which sees them climb to fourth in the table.
Canton Liberal spent the majority of the opening 10 minutes in Brecon Corries half,
A clinical Cardiff Metropolitan University claimed their biggest win of the season to date, as they dispatched lowly Carmarthen Town at Cyncoed Campus.
Neither side were able to create anything clear-cut in the opening five minutes. The majority of the game was played in the middle of the field, with
Ninth-placed Barry Town United host third-placed Connah's Quay Nomads at Jenner Park on Sunday, with Barry looking for their first in win in four games in the league, and the Nomads searching for a win which will lift them to second.
Both sides were in Nathaniel MG Cup action on Tuesday,
Barry Town United meet Cardiff Metropolitan University at Jenner Park in the quarter-final of the Nathaniel MG Cup. The winner will go on to face either Newtown or Carmarthen Town in the semi final.
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Cardiff Metropolitan University dealt with the elements well at Cyncoed Campus to record their fourth consecutive win in the Welsh Premier League.
Both sides struggled to deal with the poor conditions in the opening stages, where possession was proving difficult to retain with the wind playing a big part.
Adam Roscrow had
Cardiff Metropolitan University and Newtown meet for the first time this season on Match Day 0 in the Welsh Premier League, as the Archers aim to continue their good start to the season.
Dr Christian Edwards' men currently sit second in Wales' top flight after only suffering away defeats to Bala