Seven games to go in the JD Cymru Premier season and after securing their place in Europe over the weekend, The New Saints and Connah’s Quay remain level on points at the top of the table. 


Caernarfon Town (6th) v The New Saints (1st) | Tuesday – 19:45 

The New Saints are top of the table on goal difference after a run of six consecutive wins. 

The Shropshire side have kept three clean sheets since Anthony Limbrick was appointed head coach, and the club have added more experience to their backroom staff this week with Gary Brabin joining the Saints as Sporting Director. 

Caernarfon Town will be hoping to end their bad spell as the Cofis have lost four on the bounce for the first time in two years, conceding 11 goals in their last two games. 

Previous meetingsCaernarfon Town 0-4 The New SaintsThe New Saints 4-1 Caernarfon Town 

Form guide:    

Caernarfon Town✅❌❌❌❌ 

The New Saints✅✅✅✅✅ 


Connah’s Quay (2nd) v Bala Town (3rd) | Tuesday – 19:45 (Live online) 

Connah’s Quay and The New Saints have already booked their tickets to Europeand Bala Town are next in the queue as they are nine points ahead of Barry Town United in the race for 3rd place. 

Connah’s Quay are unbeaten in their last nine meetings with Bala Town (won seven, drawn two), and the Lakesiders have only won one in 19 against the Nomads. 

The league’s two top scorers will be going head-to-head with Chris Venables hoping to join Michael Wilde in the ‘200 Club’ after netting his 199th Cymru Premier goal on Saturday. 

Previous meetingsConnah’s Quay 1-1 Bala TownBala Town 1-3 Connah’s Quay 

Form guide:    

Connah’s Quay✅✅❌✅✅ 

Bala Town❌✅❌✅✅ 


Barry Town United (4th) v Pen-y-bont (5th) | Tuesday – 19:45 

Both Barry Town United and Pen-y-bont will be looking to bounce back on Tuesday after two consecutive defeats apiece. 

Only one point separates these two teamsbut Pen-y-bont may have the psychological advantage as they’ve already beaten the Dragons twice this season. 

Previous meetingsBarry Town United 0-1 Pen-y-bont, Pen-y-bont 1-0 Barry Town United 

Form guide:    

Barry Town United✅✅✅❌❌ 

Pen-y-bont: ➖✅✅❌❌ 



Cefn Druids (12th) v Aberystwyth Town (10th) | Tuesday – 19:45 

After three consecutive losses, Aberystwyth Town will be looking to turn things around against Cefn Druids, the only club to lose twice against the Seasiders in the first phase. 

Cefn Druids remain rock bottom, and have only won one of their last six meetings with Aberystwyth Town. 

Previous meetingsCefn Druids 0-4 Aberystwyth TownAberystwyth Town 3-1 Cefn Druids 

Form guide:    

Cefn Druids➖❌✅❌❌ 

Aberystwyth Town➖✅❌❌❌ 


Cardiff Met (11th) v Haverfordwest County (7th) | Tuesday – 19:45 

The students tasted victory for the first time since December when they beat Cefn Druids on Saturday, ending a run of 11 games without a win. 

Haverfordwest County were thrashed 5-1 by Newtown, and the Bluebirds have failed to win any of their last four games away to Cardiff Met, since October 2011. 

Previous meetingsCardiff Met 0-0 Haverfordwest CountyHaverfordwest County 1-0 Cardiff Met 

Form guide:    

Cardiff Met❌❌❌➖✅ 

Haverfordwest County✅❌❌✅❌ 


Flint Town United (9th) v Newtown (8th) | Tuesday – 19:45 

Flint Town United enjoyed the perfect start to the season when they beat Newtown 1-0 at Cae-y-Castell in their first match in the top flight in 22 years, and a repeat of that result would do nicely for Neil Gibson. 

The Silkmen have won all three of their fixtures since the split and could go level on points with Newtown if they beat the Robins this Saturday. 

But Newtown have their eyes set firmly on the play-offs with only five points separating Chris Hughes’ side and Haverfordwest County in the race for 7th spot. 

Previous meetingsFlint Town United 1-0 NewtownNewtown 3-2 Flint Town United 

Form guide:    

Flint Town United❌❌✅✅✅ 




Highlights will be on Mwy o Sgorio this Wednesday at 21:30. 

Rhys Llwyd

Author Rhys Llwyd

More posts by Rhys Llwyd
Can't find what you're looking for?