NICK JONES insists that Corwen “know what’s at stake” against Llangefni Town.

Both sides are rooted in the relegation zone, Llangefni a point and two places better off than their second from bottom hosts ahead of tomorrow’s clash.

And assistant manager Jones is ready for battle, although he knows that it’s not a case of do-or-die in terms of survival,

“Three points would be great,” said Jones. “But we don’t want to put too much pressure on the lads, who know what’s at stake without us telling them.

“Hopefully we can get all three points and give our chances of surviving a big boost.”

Llangefni, like Corwen, are new to the second-tier after winning promotion in the summer, and Jones is relishing the chance to measure his side’s progress.

“It should be a tasty affair,” said Jones. “It will be a really good game between two teams new to the division.

“We’ve got good information on Llangefni as well, I’ve seen a little bit of them and Sion (Tudor Jones) knows about them.

“We expect them to be direct and to have to deal with long balls, and we will come up with a plan to try and counter that.”

Dale Davies, above, is set to captain a Corwen side still without number one goalkeeper Dylan Jones.

Corwen will be looking for a favour from Llanrhaeadr as they visit rock-bottom Llanfair, who are six points shy of the War Memorial Ground outfit.