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McKENNA EXPECTS BLUEBIRDS BATTLE
Former Saints' keeper Andy Mulliner denies Mike Wilde during last season's draw at The Rec.
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CAERSWS have had a poor start to their season but will be boosted by the return of veteran defender Colin Reynolds as they prepare to meet Saints at The Rec.
They battled to a 2-2 draw at Welshpool on Sunday for their point of the season and manager Ken McKenna is not underestimating the Bluebirds.
"They are always tough opposition and always manage to take points off us every season," says McKenna, who looks likely to be without Phil Baker, John Leah and Martyn Naylor for at least another week.
"We are already playing catch-up with the leaders but we have played some great football this season and should have got more from our opening games," he added.
Caersws boss Mickey Evans recognises the task his side face. "TNS are still the team to beat in my opinion," he says. "They represented Wales with great pride in the summer and will provide a test."
TNS cruised to a comfortable 5-0 home win over their mid-Wales rivals at this stage of last season, but were held to a scoreless draw at Caersws after a late winner from Jimmy Aggrey was controversially ruled out for offside by referee Paul Thomas.
9 September 2021