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TNS v Bangor City
Welsh Premier League
Sat 30 Oct 2004: Home - Treflan

SOMETHING'S got to give when Saints take on Bangor City this weekend.
TNS have won all of their home games so far this term while Bangor have a 100% record on the road, with wins at Afan Lido, Connah's Quay, Cwmbran and NEWI Cefn Druids.
The fourth-placed Citizens saw last weekend's game with Port Talbot washed out, but know that this game is vital to their Welsh Premier League title aspirations.
A win would put them three points behind Saints, but defeat would leave them nine points adrift.
Like TNS, Bangor have hit the goal trial this season with 27 to their credit and with Saints having netted 29, it could be a roller-coaster affair.
But Saints have a far meaner defence, conceding one goal every two games on average, while the visitors have leaked 13 so far.
Interest will centre on the performances of two men in action against their former clubs - 13 goal Marc Lloyd-Williams is still Bangor's all-time record scorer, while midfielder Simon Davies will return to Treflan if fit after rejoining City in the summer.
However, unofficial Bangor website Citizens Choice reports that Davies is among a quarter of senior players doubtful for the game, along with defender Phil Baker, midfielder Owain Jones and leading goalscorer Paul Roberts.
All are "very doubtful" according to City boss Peter Davenport, so central defenders Chris Short and Peter Hoy come into the reckoning with young midfielder Gareth Dogan also likely to receive the call.
On the plus side for the visitors, former TNS marksman Frank Mottram is fit and likely to take his place on the bench.
The match will make history when it becomes the first Welsh Premier contest to be whistled by a 'foreign' referee in Scottish Premier League official Callum Murray, under a new ref swap agreement between the FAW and the Scottish FA.
It will also be covered by S4C for their Y Clwb Pel-droed show, broadcast at 7.25pm on Saturday night.
29 October 2021
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