The two at the top go head to head this Bank Holiday Monday in the Cymru Premier.
Aberystwyth v The New Saints | Monday – 14:30
Aberystwyth and The New Saints will both look to bounce back after falling to 3-1 defeats on the road on Friday night.
TNS had never lost a league game against Bala Town before their 3-1 loss at Maes Tegid on Friday.
Caernarfon v Cefn Druids | Monday – 14:30
Caernarfon will be looking for their first win after two tough games against TNS and Connah’s Quay so far this season.
It’s been almost 20 years since Cefn Druids last won at the Oval in the Cymru Premier (27 Dec, 1999 – Cfon 2-3 Cefn).
Connah’s Quay v Carmarthen | Monday – 14:30
With two draws from two games and therefore only two points on the board it’s been a realtively slow start for the Nomads.
But that’s two points more than what Carmarthen have picked up following their defeats against Aberystwyth and Newtown.
Cardiff Met v Airbus UK | Monday – 14:30
Airbus are still searching for their first point of the season, while Cardiff Met are unbeaten after one win and one draw in the league.
Seven of the 11 that started that game for Cardiff Met back in August 2016, started the game against Pen-y-bont on Friday night: Will Fuller, Bradley Woolridge, Emlyn Lewis, Eliot Evans, Chris Baker, Charlie Corsby and Jordan Lam.
Ryan Edwards is the only player that is still with Airbus since that match three years ago.
Barry Town v Bala Town | Monday – 14:30
It’s been a long wait, but Bala finally got their first league win against TNS on Friday night at the 33rd time of asking!
Barry also won 3-1 at home to Aberystwyth which leaves these two sides with an identical record in the league – played 2: won 2, scored 5, conceded 2.
Barry Town won three of their four meetings with Bala Town last season, including the victory at Maes Tegid which secured the Dragons’ place in Europe for the first time in 16 years (Bala 2-5 Barr).
Newtown v Pen-y-bont | Monday – 14:30
Pen-y-bont have had a frustrating start to life in the Cymru Premier losing their two opening games to Barry Town and Cardiff Met.
And it doesn’t get much easier for Rhys Griffiths’ side as they travel to Newtown on Monday, who are undefeated so far this season.
The Robins will have their sights set on an European return this season while Pen-y-bont’s main objective will be to stay up.
Highlights will be available on the Sgorio website on Tuesday afternoon.
On this day in 1968, a record crowd gathered at the Vetch Field, Swansea to witness the Swans' 4th round FA Cup match against Arsenal.