ANDREW THOMAS insists Airbus aren’t fazed by the challenge of unbeaten visitors Cardiff Met.

Four wins and three draws from seven outings have left Christian Edwards’ Met in touch with the teams at the top, while Airbus are in ninth.

One of those Cardiff Met wins came as they beat Airbus 1-0 on Bank Holiday Monday, but after producing a positive performance on the road, and with home advantage, the Wingmakers are relishing tomorrow’s clash.

“We’ve got to be confident,” said Thomas. “We dominated a lot of the game last time we played them and hopefully we can get the result this time.

“The fact that we beat Carmarthen last week without playing as well as we can also gives us confidence.”

Airbus, who saw Andy Owens hand them a 1-0 home win over the Old Gold six days ago, might be confident, but don’t mistake that for complacency.

“Cardiff Met are a very strong team and you can tell that by the fact they haven’t been beaten yet this season,” continued Thomas.

“We are working on a game plan so that we can cause them problems and stop them playing at the same time.”

Goalkeeper Dave Roberts could return for Airbus after pulling out of the Carmarthen clash in the warm-up, although teenager Lewis Hall is on-hand to deputise once more.

“Lewis is a solid keeper,” added Thomas. “Our defence upped their game to look after him on debut last week.”

Aberystwyth, level on points with Airbus, make their way to second from bottom Penybont this evening.