Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League betting preview.

WPLThe Nomads are believed to have formally logged their appeal to the FAW this week meaning they along Carmarthen, Airbus UK and Aberystwyth are fixture-less.

That leaves just four WPL matches this weekend with the action kicking-off on Friday night at Maes Tegid, as Bala Town started their second stage of the season in better fashion than they finished the first with a 3-1 win over Newtown.

Bangor City (8/11) entertain Prestatyn (3/1) in the afternoon’s televised match (2pm). And at 13/5 I believe Neil Gibson’s side a decent shout to claim a point against a City side who found themselves on the back-foot for long periods in last weekend’s draw with Port Talbot.

Llanelli (8/13) can be expected to begin the second-stage of the season with three points against Afan Lido (3/1) at Stebonheath. Both sides lost key players during the January transfer window but it is Bob Jeffrey’s side who have appeared to done the better to repair the damage, signing a host of experienced Welsh Premier campaigners.

With sides scraping amongst themselves below them, TNS (4/11) will be looking to extend their seven point lead at home to Port Talbot (6/1). The Saints however will need to be weary of a Talbot side who’re coming off a four game unbeaten stretch, with the draw at 10/3 looking inviting.

Bangor 8/11 Draw 13/5 Prestatyn 3/1
Llanelli 8/13 Draw 3/1 Afan Lido 3/1
TNS 4/11 Draw 10/3 Port Talbot 6/1

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