CARNO host Llanidloes Town in the MMP-NL Mid Wales League One match of the day on Saturday.

The Greens head into the derby bidding to end Llanidloes’ long unbeaten run with manager Gary Jones backing his side to cause a shock.

Jones said: “It is a big opportunity for us to test ourselves and build towards next season.”

Llanidloes struggled against their old rivals in the reverse fixture and spokesman Rob Hughes insisted the Daffodils would take nothing for granted.

“A trip to Ty Brith at this stage of the season is going to be tricky,” said Hughes. “Carno have had some good results since Gary Jones steadied the ship and we are expecting and preparing for another battle.”

Berriew make the trip to Tywyn Bryncrug with new new signing Jake O’Donnell finally set for his debut following a spate of postponements.

Manager Dave Jones said: “Tywyn at this time of year is always tricky but we have a good record there in recent years and want to continue that to keep in touch with the teams above us.”

Kerry entertain Radnor Valley with manager Alex Cookson challenging his squad to kick-start their season.

“It was disappointing that a bad 30 minutes cost us at Llanidloes last week but it was nice to get back to action. We are hoping to end the season strongly after what has so far been a very poor 2020,” said Cookson.

Elsewhere Four Crosses entertain Welshpool Town and Montgomery Town host Caersws while Llandrindod Wells welcome Llansantffraid to Broadway.

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