Mid Wales Preview – Matchday 10

Mid Wales League is setting up to  be an exciting league this season. With a full host of fixtures, fans are undoubtedly looking forward to getting back to league action after last weekend’s cup fixtures.

However, with storm Callum on its way, clubs will be hoping they can fight off the elements to ensure they can end their weekend with an extra three points.

Mid Wales Division One

Aberaeron vs Kerry
Eighth vs ninth in Division One with both teams coming into this fixture with wins in their last away games in the league. However both teams have conceded in each of their last five league games with Aberaeron letting in 12 goals but Kerry have shipped some 26 goals already. Promising to be a goal fest and one for the neutrals.
Bow Street vs Carno
Bow Street have gained four of their five league points in their last two league outings and will be looking to build a run after their cup exits to Borth recently. However Carno come into this game with nine points from a possible twelve, and will be hoping they can extend that run of form here.
Caersws vs Llanidloes
Llanidoes will prove a stern test for an inform Caersws in this derby game. Mark Griffiths’ men haven’t conceded in their last three games gaining nine points and nine goals, and Llanidloes will find life difficult going up against the former JD Welsh Premier League outfit, but they will be hoping to upset the odds and secure a positive result.
Llandrindod vs Berriew

Recent signing Declan Beddoes could make his home debut for Llandrindod after his transfer from Knighton this week. Berriew arrive to Lant Avenue as a team in form with twelve points from a possible fifteen.

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Llandrindod will be hoping their defence can remain stern and provide a difficult test for the favourites.

Llanfair vs Churchstoke

Fifth placed Llanfair come into this game after two league defeats to Llanidoes and Welshpool. Churchstoke need to get their first win of the season and will be boosted by the performance of brothers Aiden and Jamie Oakley in their midweek defeat to Welshpool.

However, they will be hoping for a more positive result this time out.

Radnor Valley vs Builth Wells
Builth travel to Radnor as the inform team after picking up all of their seven points this season in the last five games. The home team had a strong start to the season and are currently second with twenty four points but have lost their last two league games, and will be hoping to stop that streak in this one.
Tywyn Bryncrug vs Welshpool
These two teams could not have had more different last league games. Tywyn lost to Berriew 7-0 whilst Welshpool beat Churchstoke 8-2 at home. It is set up to be a great affair with plenty of entertaining football, and based off recent results, plenty of goals.
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