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Steve Evans got the winning goal in last season's affair at Farrar Road
TNS v Bangor City
Welsh Premier League
Sat 12 Mar 2005: Away - Farrar Road (5.30pm)

SAINTS will have little time to ponder on the disappointment of a penalty shoot-out defeat to Swansea, as they head for Farrar Road on Saturday and a vital game with Bangor City.
Although the Citizens are now championship long-shots, they still have a role to play in the final destination of the title, as they have yet to play Rhyl at Belle Vue.
On their day, the Citizens are an excellent footballing side, but have shown their Jekyll and Hyde character with a 5-1 away beating at lowly Llanelli and a recent 3-0 home reverse to Cwmbran.
The game kicks-off at 5.30pm to accommodate live coverage by S4C Television, a decision which has caused some controversy now that BBC Wales is to screen Manchester United's cup clash with Southampton at the same time.
League secretary John Deakin says: "It's a big problem going head to head with Manchester United.
"On behalf of some clubs and the league I said to S4C that it wasn't a good idea. But S4C said that it's on their schedule, so they could not change it."
Saints are likely to be at full strength for the game and could hand a full debut to new signing Colin Bell, who appeared as a substitute against Swansea.

11 March 2021