Gareth Sudlow will be joined by a familiar face in the dugout for Holywell Town's home game with Conwy Borough tonight.

Former boss John Haseldin has returned as assistant manager on a temporary basis, following the departure of Darren Moss who has joined Gresford.

Sudlow, who's side has welcomed his former manager back into the fold and hopes to register another victory tonight.

He said: "John knows this club inside out and his knowledge of this division will be really valuable to us as a club.

"It's a positive move for us as far as we're concerned and I know he'll be a big asset for us.

"Conwy are a tidy outfit and this is going to be a really good test for us. Getting our first win of the season has done our confidence a lot of good, but we need another big performance against a team who've looked really strong early on."

Midfielder Paul Williams is an injury doubt for the clash, while midfielder Jack Pennington faces a late fitness test.

League leaders Airbus are braced for the toughest test of the season to date when title-rivals Bangor City visit tomorrow.

The Flintshire club made an outstanding start, with five successive league victories earning Steve O'Shaughnessy the league's manager of the month award.

By contrast, Bangor are winless in the last three fixtures with Craig Harrison's men already five points adrift of the summit.

Assistant Airbus boss Andy Thomas has played down the club's title-favourites tag, and believes Bangor's class will come to the fore this season.

He said: "Without a doubt this will be our toughest game of the season.

"Bangor are still one of the biggest clubs in Wales and they've a manager in charge who's won so many trophies in this country.

"We've made a great start to the season, but that's all it is. We need to be ready for a really difficult game and keep our concentration, because we'll be punished if we don't take our chances."

Airbus are injury-free for the clash and could include recently signed pair Phil Clarke and Sebastian Pawlak if their registrations are completed in time.

Steve Halliwell has demanded a response from his underperforming Gresford Athletic players at Rhyl.

Athletic head into the clash after three successive league defeats in which they have conceded nine goals without reply.

Their 5-0 mauling at Airbus last weekend left Halliwell seething as he questioned the attitude of some of his players.

And the Colliers boss expects wholesale improvements from his team at Belle Vue tonight.

He said: "We were gutless in the Airbus game. It was probably the worst performance I've seen since I've been with the club.

"Something needs to change quickly and a lot of people here need to look at themselves and their attitude. We want to put a few things right against Rhyl.

"September's fixtures don't get any easier as the month goes on and Rhyl will be flying after a great result at Porthmadog.

"Some of our finishing has been poor this season, so if we're to get anything from the game we need to take our chances."

August's player of the month Josh Griffiths will be the focal point in midfield for Gresford, who are without Owen Roberts after his switch to Brickfield Rangers and the injured Jake Eyre.

Buckley Town boss Dan Moore believes consistency will be key to securing their league status this term.

Town host Porthmadog tomorrow buoyed by a 4-0 success at Prestatyn last week, with Moore keen for his side to gather some momentum.

He said: "It's all about building some consistency into our performances now and performing as we know we're capable of doing for the full 90 minutes in every game.

"Every game in this division will be tough and any points we get on the board will be important.

"The scoreline in the Prestatyn game probably wasn't a fair reflection of how the game went - we weren't that dominant overall.

"But it was a solid away performance from ourselves and something to build on, so that's the aim this weekend.

"Porthmadog have shown already how strong they are this season by going to Bangor and winning. They'll fancy their chances coming here but it's a game we kn ow we can take something from.

Buckley are without suspended midfielder Josh Jones and the injured Lewis Cunliffe for the clash.

Flint Town United will be look to bounce back from their first defeat of the season at home to Ruthin Town tomorrow.

An uninspiring showing last weekend saw the Silkmen surrender their unbeaten record with a 1-0 reverse at Penrhyncoch.

The result saw the Silkmen slip to ninth in the table with manager Niall McGuinness left to rue his side’s lack of quality finishing.

He said: “We were punished again for not being ruthless enough in front of goal.

“That was our first defeat in 13 games and we know there’s still a long way to go this season and now we regroup and go again against Ruthin.”

Denbigh Town will pursue their first win since the opening weekend at home to Penrhyncoch tomorrow.

Winless Holyhead Hotspur host fellow strugglers Prestatyn Town, with the Seasiders registering only one win from their opening five fixtures, while Guilsfield host Llanrhaeadr to complete tomorrow’s fixture schedule.