Three games left to play in the JD Cymru Premier season and only two points separate Connah’s Quay and The New Saints in the race for the title. 



Caernarfon Town (6th) v Bala Town (3rd) | Tuesday – 19:45 

After a comfortable victory at Barry Town on Saturday, Bala Town have secured the third position and confirmed their place in Europe. 


It was an afternoon to remember for captain Chris Venables who netted a hatrick at Jenner Park to get himself over the 200goal milestone in the JD Cymru Premier.  


Venables is the league’s current top scorer again this season with 24 goals to date, and after bagging eight goals in his last six appearances against Caernarfon, the prolific frontman will be confident that he can add to his tally this Tuesday. 


Caernarfon Town are on an eightgame winless streak, which is their worst spell in the top flight since 2009. 


Previous meetingsCaernarfon Town 1-1 Bala TownBala Town 1-2 Caernarfon TownBala Town 5-2 Caernarfon Town 


Form guide:    

Caernarfon Town❌❌❌ 

Bala Town✅❌✅✅ 



Pen-y-bont (4thThe New Saints (2nd) | Tuesday – 19:45 

The New Saints have gone three games without a win for the first time this season, and the Shropshire side must bring that run to an end on Tuesday if they are to keep the pressure on table toppers, Connah’s Quay. 


The Oswestry outfit have failed to score in their last two matches, but manager Anthony Limbrick knows that the Nomads only need to slip up once to put the Saints back in the drving seat. 


It will be a tough challenge for Pen-y-bont who have lost every one of their previous six meetings with The New Saints. 


Previous meetings: Pen-y-bont 0-4 The New SaintsThe New Saints 2-1 Pen-y-bontThe New Saints 1-0 Pen-y-bont 


Form guide:    

Pen-y-bont: ❌➖✅✅ 

The New Saints✅✅❌➖ 



Barry Town United (5thConnah’s Quay (1st) | Tuesday – 19:45 

Connah’s Quay know that their fate remains in their own hands – win all of their remaining three fixtures and they will be crowned champions of Wales for the second consecutive year. 


And the Nomads will take courage from the fact that they are unbeaten in their last nine meetings with Barry Town United (won five, drawn four). 


Gavin Chesterfield’s Dragons have been in poor form lately, picking up only one point from their last six games. 


Previous meetingsBarry Town United 0-0 Connah’s QuayConnah’s Quay 3-1 Barry Town UnitedConnah’s Quay 1-0 Barry Town United 


Form guide:    

Barry Town United➖❌❌ 

Connah’s Quay✅✅✅ 



Aberystwyth Town (10th) v Haverfordwest County (8thTuesday – 19:45 

Five games without a win and Haverfordwest County have lost their grasp on 7th spot and could fall even further before the end of the season. 


Despite having a fairly equal headtohead record, not one of the last 11 meetings between these sides has ended in a draw (Aberystwyth Town won sixHaverfordwest County won five). 


Previous meetingsHaverfordwest County 2-0 Aberystwyth TownAberystwyth Town 2-1 Haverfordwest CountyHaverfordwest County 1-0 Aberystwyth Town 


Form guide:    

Aberystwyth Town❌✅➖✅ 

Haverfordwest County❌❌➖❌ 


Cefn Druids (12th) v Flint Town United (11th) | Tuesday – 19:45 

Cefn Druids have lost their last six games and are now certain to finish the season at the bottom of the table. 


Flint Town United are level on points with Aberystwyth Town, and despite the fact that there will be no relegation from the JD Cymru Premier this yearboth clubs will be determined not to finish in the bottom two so they can go into next season with the assurance that they’ve deserved their place in the top flight. 


Previous meetingsCefn Druids 1-2 Flint Town UnitedFlint Town United 1-2 Cefn DruidsFlint Town United 5-0 Cefn Druids 


Form guide:    

Cefn Druids❌❌❌❌ 

Flint Town United✅❌➖❌ 



Newtown (7th) v Cardiff Met (9th) Tuesday – 19:45 

Newtown began the second phase nine points behind 7th placed Haverfordwest County, but after seven games without defeat the Robins could secure their place in the play-offs this Tuesday. 


Cardiff Met are also in fine form, and are unbeaten in their last six matches.  


But Newtown may have the upper hand as home advantage has been a key factor in this fixture over recent years, with the away side failing to win any of the last 10 meetings between these clubs. 


Previous meetingsCardiff Met 2-1 NewtownNewtown 4-1 Cardiff MetCardiff Met 2-2 Newtown 


Form guide:    


Cardiff Met✅➖ 



Highlights of all games will be on Mwy o Sgorio this Wednesday night at 21:30. 

Rhys Llwyd

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