Mid Wales could get a new league leader this Saturday
With six games taking place in the Mid Wales League Division One this weekend, there is plenty at stake, and with league leaders Caersws out of action, both Llanidloes and Radnor Valley have the chance to leapfrog them into first.
Aberaeron vs Builth Wells
Both teams are chasing down the top six, and a win for either side will put them above one another. Their near identical league records have also seen them concede five goals from their last four games – both will be hoping for a tight defensive display tomorow.
Builth come into the game in good form, with looking to make it five wins in a row at Aberaeron’s expense.
Carno vs Churchstoke
The home side will be looking to secure all three points in this game as they play catch up with the rest of the league, having picked up twelve points in nine games so far.
But could this game produce Churchstoke’s first win of the season?
Carno have conceded in each of their last four games, shipping nine goals. A win would put second from bottom Churchstoke within a point of Llansantffraid and give them hope of climbing the table.
Kerry vs Welshpool
It’s been a calendar month since Kerry’s last league win, and the visitors come off of the back of a significant win at Caersws.
Welshpool can move up to fourth place with victory, and look dangerous with great goal scoring form of late.
Llanidloes vs Llandrindod
Both sides will be hunting down three points in their quest to climb the Mid Wales League, as Llanidloes can go joint top with Caersws and Llandrindod would close in on the top six.
Defence has been key for both teams this season, with the hosts boasting three clean sheets in their last four games, whilst the visitors have two in their last two outings.
Radnor Valley vs Bow Street
Radnor will move joint top with a draw, and outright first with a win. but they face a Bow Street side looking over their shoulders.
A Bow Street win would send them into twelfth place with eight points from ten so far. They come into game in good stead, with four points from a possible six in their last two games.
Waterloo Rovers vs Montgomery
Montgomery play another of their games in hand tomorrow afternoon as their quest to catch up the league’s top two sides, Newbridge-on-Wye and Hay St Mary’s, continues.
A win will put them within three points of second place, still one game in hand. But the table is tight, as Waterloo are just two points behind them in fourth place, and looking for a home victory to break into the top three.
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