Bala in search of first League win against TNS and new boys meet for promtoed clash

It’s another full set of fixtures on Matchday Seven, with TNS hosting Bala, as one of the standout fixtures.

The Lakesiders have yet to beat The New Saints in the Welsh Premier League, despite spending more than a decade in the top flight.

Their last victory over Welsh Premier League champions came in the 2016/2017 season when they won the Welsh Cup for the first time in their history at Nantporth.

Newtown and Cardiff Metropolitan who only met last month on the opening day will meet for the second time, as the Archers travel to Latham Park. Christian Edwards’ men won the home fixture 2-1, with Jay Kenton’s consolation goal not enough to salvage anything.

New boys Caernarfon Town and Llanelli Town meet, as each side they to preserve their Premier League status in the first time of asking.

The Cofi’s have had the better start so far, currently occupying a top-six spot, whilst Llanelli are bottom of the league, two points adrift of second-bottom, Cefn Druids.

Manager Andy Hill said: “We’re competing. We’ll set our stall out again.”

Barry Town United entertain Cefn Druids at Jenner Park Stadium, having yet to lose at home this season.

The Linnets have beaten Bala Town and the Connah’s Quay Nomads already this season.

Last week they beat Caernarfon Town in front of a crowd of over 700, thanks to the first goal from Marcus Jones.

Cefn Druids got back to winning ways after conceding a freak goal to Cardiff Metropolitan in the previous week.

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They demolished Carmarthen Town at Richmond Park, beating them 4-0.

Aberystwyth Town got back to winning ways, by providing a shock victory over Bala Town.

They head down South to play Carmarthen Town, who will have to recover from their heavy defeat last week.

Aberystwyth Town have yet to record an away victory, losing 6-0 in their last away outing to The New Saints.

The live featured game is Llandudno against the Connah’s Quay Nomads. Both sides were victorious in their last match.

The Connah’s Quay Nomads won through a Jay Owen goal, scored in 94 seconds as they beat Newtown.

Llandudno had to wait until late in the second half for them to score the only goal. Toby Jones scoring a superb strike. That win was the first away win since January.

Connah’s Quay have suffered one home defeat this season, to Caernarfon Town in a shock defeat, as the promoted side came away from Deeside Stadium with the points.

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