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