PENRHYNCOCH head to Bangor City on Saturday with manager Gari Lewis already preparing for relegation.

The Roosters languish in the relegation zone and sit seven points from safety with just six games remaining after last week’s defeat against champions elect Airbus UK.

“We have to be realistic,” said Lewis. “It breaks me to say it but it looks like relegation for us.

“We showed Airbus too much respect and while we improved in the second-half we did not test their goalkeeper which is the story of our season.”

Lewis expects a tough test at Nantporth with their hosts returning to their home ground after a turbulent period saw the Citizens evicted for the past month.

“Despite losing key players they have experience and good individuals which makes it a difficult test.”

Meanwhile Llanrhaeadr travel to Denbigh Town with the villagers closing on safety after picking up 10 points from a possible 15 in their last five games.

Manager Marc Griffiths said: “Our current position shows togetherness and team spirit can count for a lot. Hopefully we can continue our good run against Denbigh.”

Elsewhere Guilsfield host relegation threatened Holywell Town with manager Nathan Leonard promising changes following last week’s sub par display in a 1-0 defeat to Denbigh Town.

“It was three points dropped which has been the story of our season,” said Leonard. “The work rate was nowhere near what I expect and left me angry and frustrated. It was a spineless display.

“We are a top six side but the table does not lie and we are where we are for a reason.”

Leonard insisted his side would now be a target for Holywell following last week’s debacle.

“We have seven games to put things right and I will be making changes this weekend.

“We will have to be up for a battle with Holywell scrapping for every point and I am sure they will fancy themselves against us after our defeat against Denbigh Town.”