AIRBUS have consigned their 6-2 defeat at The New Saints to the history books as they target a home win against Newtown.

The Robins visit the Airfield tomorrow on the back of a 2-1 win at Cefn Druids, while the hosts were humbled 6-2 as Scott Ruscoe’s Saints returned to form.

But Airbus assistant boss Andrew Thomas insists the focus is on the here and now, not what has happened, with another three important points at stake this weekend.

“We’ve got the TNS defeat out of our system and our focus is on the next game,” said Thomas. “TNS are a very good team, who can do what they did to us to anybody in the league.

“For us it’s now trying to beat a very good Newtown team, but we are confident if we can perform to the levels we have been this season then we can give any side a good game.

“We just need to make sure we are at it from the first whistle.”

Airbus are five points and two positions behind seventh placed Newtown, but Thomas played down suggestions that it was an ideal chance to close the gap on the Robins, who, if the league was to split now, would be leading the race for a play-off spot.

“It’s still early days,” said Thomas. “It’s hard to say who might be in the top six or bottom six until we’ve played everybody.

“It’s a tough game, but a good game for us and hopefully we can get a reaction out of the players and pick up an important win.”

George Peers, who announced himself on the top-flight scene by scoring twice at Park Hall on debut, is set to feature for Airbus after earning a place in the Cymru Leagues team of the week.

“He’s a really good talent and I’m sure he will continue to improve and kick on again,” said Thomas. “He took both goals really well.”

There are doubts surrounding striker Andy Owens, right, who missed the loss at TNS, while Dave Roberts remains sidelined.

The Wingmakers are hoping to have Kristian Platt, far right, fully fit to add some experience, Thomas adding: “We are a young team, who are trying improve each week.”

Rock-bottom Carmarthen Town are targeting their first victory of the campaign as eighth placed Aberystwyth visit Richmond Park this evening.