Carl Lamb scores during last season's league win over City.
SOMETHING'S got to give at Park Hall on Saturday where The New Saints, 100% at home from six games, host Bangor City, who have recorded five away wins from five.
And Citizens' boss Nev Powell is confident his side can recover from successive home defeats to Rhyl and Welshpool and test the Saints.
"We have to pick ourselves up for this one. TNS have two big advantages in that they're a professional team and they play on a plastic pitch, on which they've won all their home games this season," says.
"However we've won our last five away games, and we played there twice last year and won once - we're under no illusions about the challenge posed by TNS but it will be a great tonic if we can go there and get a result."
Bangor will have James Brewerton back at the heart of the defence following a two match suspension but are waiting on the fitness of Peter Hoy.