GUILSFIELD host Bangor City in their opening home match of the Huws Gray Alliance season on Saturday (2.30).

The North Wales side arrive at Clos Mytton unbeaten in their opening two games under former TNS manager Craig Harrison.

Harrison has assembled a squad fit for the Welsh Premier in his bid to guide the Citizens back to the top flight following their demotion last season.

However Guilsfield manager Nathan Leonard insisted his side were capable of upsetting the odds having also started the campaign on a high with a 2-1 win at Conwy Borough last week.

“It was great to get off to a winning start against a decent Conwy team,” said Leonard. “ It wasn’t pretty at times but I felt we managed the game well and experience perhaps showed near the end.

“Saturday will be very very tough and we are massive underdogs but we are all looking forward to an opportunity to play one of the best teams around.

“Craig has assembled a great squad who impressed last week so we know we will have to be at our best if we are to take anything from the game.

“We won’t lack belief and as always we know we will have to work hard.”

Leonard also hoped for an early season bumper gate with the Citizens one of the best supported clubs in the country.

Leonard said: “I’m sure it will be a great atmosphere with their travelling fans.”