Haverfordwest County make the journey north to take on Cefn Druids at The Rock in the final game of Phase One in the JD Cymru Premier.
Both teams come into the game after a week’s break from league action, with the JD Welsh Cup quarter-finals taking centre stage last weekend.
The Bluebirds were last in action on February 11, when we drew 0-0 with rivals Aberystwyth Town at the Ogi Bridge Meadow, while the Druids – who are yet to win a game this season – lost 4-1 at home to league leaders The New Saints.
County sit just one place above the Druids in the table, but the two teams are separated by 17 points.
In the previous meeting between the teams back in October, a late brace from Jack Wilson saw Haverfordwest County come from 1-0 down to win 2-1, after Emmanuel Agyemang had given Druids the lead on the half hour mark.
While a win wouldn’t be enough to lift the Bluebirds out of the relegation zone, it could see them move to within one point of 10th placed Barry Town United, who host Caernarfon Town at Jenner Park tomorrow.
Key man: Liam Buckley – The young full-back has been a bright spark in an otherwise disappointing season for the Druids. A regular fixture in the back line, the 18-year-old has stood out with his performances in a defence which has shipped 72 goals in their 21 matches to date.
Cefn Druids vs. Haverfordwest County – JD Cymru Premier MD22 (Kick-off: 12:45)