BUILTH Wells host Welshpool Town in the MMP-NL Mid Wales League One match of the day on Saturday.

Bulls manager Dylan McPhee was wary of a backlash from the visitors following their Welsh Trophy defeat last week.

“We are expecting a very tough game,” said McPhee. “We are not sure how Welshpool will react after going out of the trophy last week. It was a great achievement to get to that stage.

“We need to keep on winning and concentrate on one game at a time.

“I was very pleased with the result at Tywyn and we adapted well to the windy conditions and that’s a credit to the boys.”

The Bulls are without Will Cleaton with a broken hand and joins Lee James, Jack Hammond, Sean Powell on the sidelines while Richie Powell is set to recover from a knock with Tom Bethell also back in contention.”

Welshpool arrive at the Lant fresh from their Welsh Trophy exit.

Manager Gareth Watkins said: “The team has grown together as a unit and there are better things to come from this group of players as we look to another tough test away to Builth.”

Leaders Llanidloes Town face a stern test of their title credentials with the visit of Berriew.

Llanidloes Town spokesman Rob Hughes said: "Berriew will be one of, if not the toughest test we will face in the league this season.

"They have a very young but extremely talented team with players who can change games at the drop of a hat.

"All the lads involved are ready for yet another fierce battle of which will surely be a spectacle for both sets of fans and the neutral."

Berriew manager Dave Jones said: “It goes without saying that we are expecting a tough game at Llanidloes with them top of the league and only having lost once in the league all season.

“However we go into the game with confidence ourselves having only lost one league game since the end of August and we will be looking to spring a surprise.”

New signing Jake O’Donnell is set for his debut following his arrival from Forden United while Craig Pearce is unavailable for Berriew.

Caersws host Four Crosses with assistant manager Gareth Jones insisting the Bluebirds had a score to settle.

“Without question, our performance at Four Crosses earlier this season was the worst to date and totally unacceptable. We’re certainly looking to rectify that this weekend,” said Jones.

“Having scored nine goals in the last two games and not conceded, the lads have finally heeded the advice given and seem to be moving in the right direction.

“Our aim is to continue in this manner and drive the football club forward for the supporters and all those that work tirelessly behind the scenes.”

Elsewhere Llandrindod Wells entertain Montgomery Town while Radnor Valley host Tywyn Bryncrug.

Meanwhile Aberaeron host Bow Street in the second round of the MMP-NL Mid Wales League Cup.