MATTY Williams (left) is a fitness concern ahead of Port Talbot Town’s visit to Park Hall on Saturday (2.30pm.)
The 28-year-old TNS striker has netted eight goals so far this season, while forming a clinical partnership with summer signing Greg Draper.
However Williams pulled up with a calf injury in training this week to face a race against time to lead the line against the Steelmen.
Director of football Mike Davies said: “Matty has been in great form but we have a good squad of players and if he is ruled out then we have every confidence we have the strength in depth to cover.”
Draper was also substituted at half-time in last weekend’s 2-2 draw with Bala Town, with the New Zealand international sustaining a head injury, but has since returned to full fitness.
Meanwhile Davies backed his side to bounce back from last weekend’s disappointment, after Bala hit back to draw from two goals in arrears.
“Bala are a good side and not too many sides will win at Maes Tegid this season,” said Davies. “Although it is a blow to lose our winning run, we are realistic and know we cannot win them all.
“Port Talbot Town will come here with confidence after beating us at the Genquip earlier this season, but our lads want to get back to winning ways as soon as possible and it will be good to see how we react to the Bala result.”