A quick look at the three mid-week fixtures in the JD Cymru Premier. 


A quick look at the three mid-week fixtures in the JD Cymru Premier. 


Tuesday8 December 

Cefn Druids v Caernarfon Town Tuesday – 19:45 

Cefn Druids will be determined to take the opportunity to climb off the bottom of the table for the first time since September when they take on the Cofis on Tuesday night. 


Bruno Lopes’ side have only won once this season, and that was in the reverse fixture against Caernarfon Town back in October. 


Caernarfon are on a dreadful run of seven games without a win, their longest run without a victory in 10 years and their worst spell in the topflight since 2008/09. 


The Canaries lost 6-0 at Pen-y-bont on Saturday, their heaviest defeat since losing 6-0 against The New Saints in 2008. 


Cefn Druids haven’t lost at home against Caernarfon Town since the clubs met in the Huws Gray Alliance in April 2016 when the Cofis came away with an emphatic 0-7 away win. 


Recent form:    

Cefn Druids❌❌➖❌ 

Caernarfon Town: ➖❌❌➖ 



Haverfordwest County v Barry Town United | Tuesday – 19:45 

Gavin Chesterfield breathed a sigh of relief on Saturday when Barry Town United’s run of six games without a win came to an end as the Dragons won 6-3 against a struggling Flint side. 


The Barry boys had only scored 12 goals in 12 games before the victory against Flint Town Unitedwhich means that a third of their goals this season was scored on Saturday (6/18)! 


After going three games without defeat Haverfordwest County have climbed into the top half and the Bluebirds are pushing for a place in the Top Six this season. 

Haverfordwest County haven’t lost at home against Barry since their extra time defeat in the Welsh Cup second round back in 2011. 


Recent form: 

Haverfordwest County:  ➖❌✅✅ 

Barry Town United: ➖❌➖❌ 



Wednesday, 9 December 



Aberystwyth Town v Bala Town Wednesday – 19:45 

Bala Town are on a run of 10 games without defeat (won 6, drawn 4), but after failing to beat Caernarfon Town and Cardiff Met in their last two games, the Lakesiders have fallen nine points behind league leaders The New Saints. 


Aberystwyth Town have only won twice this season, and after losing their last three games on the bounce Gavin Allen’s men need to turn the corner sooner rather than later if the Black & Greens are to avoid a relegation battle. 


After netting 10 goals in their last two games against Aberystwyth, Colin Caton’s side should be firm favourites on Friday night (Bala 5-2 Aber, Aber 0-5 Bala). 


Recent form: 

Aberystwyth Town:  ➖➖❌❌ 

Bala Town➖✅✅ 



Highlights will be on Mwy o Sgorio on Wednesday night at 22:10. 


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