The Lakesiders make the short trip to The Oval this evening, with both sides putting their unbeaten start to the league on the line, having picked up seven points each in the opening three fixtures.
The Town go into tonight's match following a hard-fought victory against Connah's Quay Nomads last Friday, with the Lakesiders defending resolutely until the final whistle.
The Canaries would win back to back league games to kick start their season, before a 96th minute equaliser from Haverfordwest County this past weekend would send the Cofi's back up North with just a point.
Caernarfon Town vs Bala Town
Cymru Premier MD-4
The Oval, Marcus St, Caernarfon LL55 2HT
Tuesday 29th of August, 7:45pm kick-off
Insight into our opponents
Form: (Domestic Only)
(A) Haverfordwest County 1-1 - JD Cymru Premier MD3
(H) Newtown 2-1 - JD Cymru Premier MD2
(A) Colwyn Bay 0-4 - JD Cymru Premier MD1
(H) Porthmadog 2-2 (Porthmadog win on penalties) - Nathaniel MG Cup Second Round
(A) Aberystwyth Town 3-2 - JD Cymru Premier 22/23 MD32
(A) Flint Town 2-3 - JD Cymru Premier 22/23 MD31
Adam Davies - The 26 year old joined Caernarfon from Airbus UK this summer, and has already made a big impact on the pitch for the Cofi's. Davies has already netted three goals in three appearances in all competitions, having scored in the Canaries' Nathaniel MG Cup defeat to Porthmadog, and opened his league account up on the opening day, as he grabbed two goals and an assist against Colwyn Bay. Despite being red carded on MD2, Davies will be back for tonight's game after serving his one match suspension against Haverfordwest County. The Welshman will surely be looking to add to his tally having had a rest last weekend.
It's been advantage Lakesiders in recent meetings between the two sides, having won our last five meetings against the Canaries, with four league victories and a Nathaniel MG Cup triumph last season. The last time the Cofi's captured the three points was in the 2020/21 season in a 3-0 victory, with Bala already having secured European football the previous fixture. The most recent meeting between the two was a 3-0 win for the Town, as George Newell, Adam Roscrow and Chris Venables netted a goal each to secure victory at Maes Tegid.
Referee - Aaron Wyn Jones
Assistant Referee 1 - Kenwyn Hughes
Assistant Referee 2 - Connor Eoin Fowler
Fourth Official - Mark Petch
Referee Observer - Craig Greenstock
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