NEWTOWN bring their home programme to an end with the visit of relegated Prestatyn Town on Saturday (2.30).

The Robins go into the game as massive favourites against a side which has propped up the table for most of the season and whose relegation to the Huws Gray Alliance was confirmed last month.

Newtown claimed a point at Barry Town United last week with manager Chris Hughes believing his side should have claimed more.

“I felt we were the better team at Barry,” said Hughes. “We had the possession and chances but we needed to do better.

“I am not frustrated with our performance but perhaps disappointed we did not come away with more.

“We created chances in the first-half and we had a few after the break. We should have done better but we will work on that in training.”

Hughes has targeted six points from the remaining two games, starting with victory over Prestatyn on Saturday.

“Obviously Prestatyn are relegated but they will want to end the season on a high and we must be ready for a battle,” said Hughes.

Hughes will once again shuffle his pack after being impressed with a new formation tested at Barry last week which saw Alex Fletcher and Ryan Kershaw dominate.

“After the disappointment of the Welsh Cup semi-final defeat it was important we got something at Barry and that will give us something to build on this Saturday.

“Only then will we look to the big end of season derby at Aberystwyth Town which is always massive game for both clubs.”