Simon Davies returns for the Port Talbot game.

SAINTS aim to stay ahead of the pack in tonight's Mitsubishi Welsh Premier trip to lowly Port Talbot.
TNS hold a one-point advantage from second placed Aberystwyth Town after reeling off their sixth straight win last weekend in their best ever start to a season.
And boss Ken McKenna is aware that points again promise to be hard-earned when he locks horns with his old pal Mark Jones, the boss of Port Talbot.
"They saved their best performance for us last season and we were a bit lucky to come away with a 1-1 draw," he said.
"Knowing Mark, he'll have them fired up again and we know it's going to be another really tough game for us."
Midfielder Simon Davies returns after being rested for last Saturday's 2-0 success over Haverfordwest.
Defender Tommy Holmes, however, is still short of match fitness despite making a return for the reserves at the weekend following an ankle injury.
McKenna, meanwhile, was satisfied with last weekend's hard-fought win over Haverfordwest in which his side played more than an hour with 10 men following Scott Ruscoe's dismissal.
"Haverfordwest came to make it difficult for us," he said.
"It was a bit scrappy but I felt that we deserved the points overall. It was a really good win in view of us playing with 10 men for two thirds of the game."
30 September 2021