Bangor’s failure to secure the domestic license has ensured that Connah’s Quay will be competing in Europe this summer.
Cefn Druids v Connah’s Quay | Friday – 19:30 (S4C)
Going into the final game of the league season, Connah’s Quay are level on points with Bangor City, but have a three goal advantage on goal difference.
The Nomads haven’t lost any of their last five league games against Cefn Druids (since March 2015).
But the Druids certainly won’t just sit back as they eye up the 5th spot for a possible promise of home advantage in the play-offs.
After securing their highest finish ever last season, Andy Morrison will be eager to secure the 2nd spot for a second consecutive year.