WATERLOO Rovers entertain Forden United in an MMP-Nl Mid Wales League Two derby on Saturday.

The match has been switched to Maesydre with Forden’s facilities waterlogged.

Forden manager Jonny Roberts said: “We are looking forward to finally having a game after switching our home game against Waterloo to their pitch.

“We want to thank Waterloo for being so accommodating. A derby like this is a great way to get back to the season after a month off.”

Meanwhile Penparcau host Rhayader Town in the match of the day with both sides gunning for promoting.

A home club spokesman said: “It will be another tough game but we know what to expect. We have a big few weeks coming up but the boys are ready for the challenge.”

Rhayader Town manager Dai Davies backed his squad to impress at Min-Y-Ddol.

“We have a few players unavailable but the lads who come in are looking to make an impression and cementing a starting place,” said Davies.

Newbridge travel to Aberystwyth University with manager Scott Davies welcoming a host of players back to the fold.

Fin Duncan-McKane, Ryan Powell and Jake Bufton return from injury but Matt Meredith remains on the sidelines and Aled Powell is suspended.

Davies said: “It has been frustrating but the long lay-off has allowed us to get some of the boys back.

“The University have picked up some good results recently and taken points off several of the top teams so we are expecting a much tougher game than when we faced them at home.

“We always on the next game and hopefully we’ll be fresh after the break and won’t have a negative affect.”

Churchstoke welcome Dyffryn Banw to Camlad Park with manager Chris Haycock confident of a positive result.

“It should be a good game,” said Haycock. “We were unlucky to lose at their place so we’ll be looking to reverse that result and bounce back from last weekend’s poor showing.”

Dolgellau host Borth United with manager Merfyn Burrough happy to return to action.

Burrough said: “It was good to be back playing last week and I hope we’re sharper for it as we look to keep the good run going.”

Meanwhile on Monday night Borth United take on Aberystwyth University at Aberystwyth Town.