THE television cameras head to The Rock tomorrow night to see two under pressure managers battle it out, according to an 'excited' Huw Griffiths.

Druids prop up the division having lost all three of their opening matches this season, while visiting Llandudno, who made a number of eye catching signings in the summer are also yet to win.

Griffiths knows the pressure is on both himself and counterpart Iwan Williams, but he's ready for the battle of trying to lift Druids off the bottom and away from the drop zone.

"It's two under pressure managers live on TV," said Griffiths ahead of the 7.30pm kick-off. "It has to be two under pressure managers because Llandudno have spent big and we've started the season with three defeats.

"We both need a win that's for sure, but we can't afford to get beat either.

"I'm excited for the match. It's one to look forward to.

"This is where you find out about yourself and your players and Llandudno will come good at some point, just like we will."

The Druids boss also expects a more entertaining encounter than the one witnessed by the television cameras the last time to two teams met at The Rock - even though Llandudno's three matches have yielded just one goal.

Needing just a point to secure a top six spot for the first time Druids ground out a goalless draw.

"We played defensively because we didn't need to win," said Griffiths. "It's different this time around and it should be entertaining as they've got good players." And Griffiths is ready to go "back to basics" as he tries to figure out what formation and starting XI will help propel Druids up the table.

He continued: "I'm still working out what our best system is. We've played three different systems so far.

"It's difficult and interesting. You find your true self. It's quieter because not so many people call you when results aren't going your way.

"We will keep working. It's the first time in a long time that I've had a low.

"There have been three fantastic years at Cefn Druids after qualifying for Europe with Bala and winning the league with Druids the year before that."

Druids will be without Naim Arsan for the fixture.

Scott Ruscoe reckons Caernarfon Town will surprise a few more teams this season - but is determined to prevent The New Saints being one of them tonight.

Caernarfon have already beaten Cefn Druids and Cardiff Met since winning promotion and Ruscoe is not shocked by the Canaries start to the campaign.

“They’ve done very well last year to get up into the league and I’m sure they will surprise a few teams this season,” said Ruscoe.

“It will be tough and physical. They obviously like to play, but they usually have two big strong centre-backs that like to dominate.

“They’ve got some nice tidy players and technical players in wide areas.”

But Saints beat Caernarfon in both the Welsh Cup and League Cup last season, Ruscoe continuing: “We enjoy playing there. We’ve had a couple of cup games against them – home and away. I’m sure the fans will be getting behind them to see if they can nick something off us.

“We will make sure we are up for it.”

Geoff Kellaway hopes to have given Nev Powell a selection headache as Aberystwyth entertain Llanelli this evening.

Kellaway, pictured, scored twice as Aber beat Welshpool 3-1 in the Welsh Premier League Cup on Tuesday.

Asked whether he hoped he’d done enough to start against Llanelli, Kellaway said: “I love playing football for Aberystwyth, so I’d love to be on the pitch. But that’s the manager’s decision and he picks the team he thinks is right so we will wait and see.”

Tomorrow, Cardiff Met visit struggling Carmarthen.