CAERSWS travel to relegation rivals Penrhyncoch on Saturday (2.30pm).

Both clubs are desperate for points to pull away from the Huws Gray Alliance basement and with up to four clubs potentially relegated this season every point matters to those in the scrap.

Caersws' home clash with Holywell Town was postponed due to the weather last week with manager Graham Evans confident his side would be ready for the challenge for the Roosters.

"It's another big game," said Evans. "Games against Penrhyn are always tough and I expect this one to be no different.

"From our point of view we need to start picking up points and climbing the table. On our day we can match most in this league but we need to perform as we know we can for 90 minutes.

"Its a very important game for us with Penrhyn just a place above us. A win would take us four points behind them with two games in hand."

Evans hopes last week's big freeze will be the last postponement following a frustrating start to 2018.

"We’ve only had two league fixtures since November 28 but the lads have been looking very sharp in training and we chomping at the bit to get going.

"It’s a big week ahead for us with Welshpool at home on Tuesday in the Central Wales Cup and then Gresford at home on the following Saturday.

Caersws look set to hand striker Richard Davies his debut following his arrival from Spar Mid Wales League One side Berriew while ex-Shifnal Town midfielder David Lloyd is also in line for his home bow.

Goalkeeper David Jones will also return to contention following injury as the Bluebirds plot a derby victory to breathe new fire into their season with Penrhyn currently seven points clear.

Manager Gari Lewis said: "It's a derby, and a big game for both sides. If we can win, it would be a massive boost, but it's not the be all and end all as there is still a long way to go this season. They've got two games in hand, but I'd much prefer to have points on the board."

Captain Owain James is joined by Liam Doherty and Sion Meredith in returning to contention but Carwyn Jones and Antonio Corbisiero are out whole Steff Davies and Niall Coleridge face late fitness tests.