Holywell Town boss John Haseldin is unconcerned about losing ground on their title rivals in recent weeks.

Postponements have hit the title-chasing Wellmen hard of late with their last two games cancelled because of waterlogged pitches.

Their home game against Llandudno Junction on February 3 was halted by the referee after just 20 minutes with the hosts 4-0 up at the time.

Despite Holywell's fall from second to fourth place, Haseldin, who will unleash new signing Lee Fowler - the former Wrexham captain at home to Queen's Park on Saturday - is not unduly concerned about his side's lack of action.

"It's been massively frustrating, obviously, but our objectives haven't changed at all," said Haseldin.

"We haven't been overly concerned about the league table at this stage.

"It's easy to get sidetracked with what other teams are doing and how many points they're gaining on us

"But there's still nine games left to play and we'll do all of our reflecting and looking back when the season's over."

Haseldin is confident that this weekend's game at Halkyn Road will go ahead and hailed the work of the club's ground staff.

"Justin Evans, Ray Williams and the team of volunteers we have at the club have put in a lot of hard work to get the pitch ready," he added.

"Queen's Park will be a real battle I'm sure and it's vital that our preparation is right.

"Martin has done great work there and I know they'll come here to make life tough for us.

"We're one of the fittest sides in the league though and we've worked hard to keep those levels up."

Park have found the step up to the Welsh second tier difficult this term but Ford maintains his struggling side can cause a shock against what he calls 'quality' opposition.

"It's a big ask for us to go there and come away with anything - they're a quality team," said Ford.

"Playing the likes of Caernarfon and Holywell back to back is a massive test, but one we're enjoying.

"No-one expects us to get anything from the game so there's no pressure on us at all.

"Anything can happen in football and this could be the game when our luck changes."

Danny Desormeaux, Matty Harvey and Gareth Sudlow miss out for The Wellmen while Danny Myers and Tristan Wagner are back for the visitors.

Assistant manager Andy Thomas has challenged his Airbus squad to replicate their impressive home form on the road.

The in-form Wingmakers head to Caersws on Saturday in pursuit of a fourth successive league victory.

But Thomas accepts his side's indifferent away form has hampered their Cymru Alliance title prospects this term.

He said: "We've struggled on some of the worse pitches in this league, like the one at Guilsfield.

"Obviously the onus is on us to adapt to those kind of bobbly surfaces and change our style to suit the conditions.

"Playing positive attacking football and winning games at home on a flat 3G surface is one thing; but some of the pitches in this league are a real leveller."

Caersws have laboured at home this year, but head into the contest boosted by an unexpected win at Flint last weekend.

Clean sheets have formed the backbone of the recent Airbus resurgence and Thomas has targeted another in Powys tomorrow.

"It'll be a tough game against a decent side but it's one we're more than capable of winning.

"We've tightened up a lot defensively and picking up another clean sheet away from home would help us towards another three points."

Steve Thomasen is suspended for Airbus, who are otherwise at full-strength.

Niall McGuinness expects his Flint Town United side to 'raise their game' for their trip to Denbigh Town.

The Silkmen's erratic form continued with a lacklustre 1-0 home reverse to Caersws last time out, the latest defeat of a disappointing season.

But McGuinness hopes his side have now 'learned lessons' to take into the remainder of their league fixtures.

He said: From our point of view we've got a point to prove after the Caersws game and it's up to us to bring more balance our play.

"Consistency has been a problem for us and maybe that last game has highlighted that our attitude to the game might not have been quite right.

"For some reason our best performances have come against the better teams and Denbigh are one of those.

"They're a very decent side and have been around the top five for most of the season, so we know we're in for a big test."

Flint are boosted by the return of Ieuan Hewitt and Richie Foulkes for the game.

Leaders Caernarfon Town host Guilsfield, Ruthin visit basement side Llandudno Junction, while Penrhyncoch head to Holyhead Hotspur.