MARC Griffiths will ring the changes for Llanrhaeadr’s clash with Prestatyn Town in Llansantffraid on Saturday.

The player-manager was far from impressed as his side crashed to a disappointing 3-1 defeat at Conwy Borough last week.

“Not one player came close to reaching the standards expected so myself and Graham Evans have a few decisions to make this week,” said Griffiths who welcomes Tom Evans, Matthew Evans and Glenn Evans back into contention.

“Prestatyn are just above us in the table but we are capable of getting the points,” said Griffiths.

Penrhyncoch welcome Gresford Athletic to Cae Baker with the relegation trapdoor all but closed above them.

“We have five games left and we battle on,” said manager Gari Lewis. “We are making the effort but lacking quality in forward movements and any decisions.

“Gresford are a handful on their day, particular Jake Eyre who I rate highly, and as a team they are tough to break down.”

Meanwhile Guilsfield travel to high flying Flint Town United with confidence following their late comeback against Buckley Town in midweek.

“Flint are a tough prospect. They are an organised team who play to their strengths,” said manager Nathan Leonard.

“They’ve consistently been in the top three this season and we will have to put in a performancelike Tuesday night where we stood up to the physical side of things and showed our quality in the final third.

The Guils will also be looking to complete a double over the Silkmen.

“One of our best performances this season came against Flint so I hope we can replicate that and pick up the all important three points.

“It will be a tough ask and I don’t think I’ve won their as a manger or player.”