Penycae boss Ben Heath is looking forward to going up against a Holywell Town team that boast the only unbeaten record in the Premier Division.

“The lads are looking forward to it,” said Heath ahead of tomorrow’s encounter. “I know Holywell are very strong with a very good squad. I know a few of them so we will have to be on the ball to make sure they don’t enjoy the day out.

“After waiting four weeks, finally clearance is through for Michael Minard, our new keeper from Ramsbottom.

“It’s been frustrating for us as we are getting punished for every little mistake made but we don’t seem to punish the opposition when they make the same mistakes.”

Wellmen boss John Haseldin said: “We will be expecting an extremely tough and competitive game. We are playing well at the moment and the players are getting more familiar with each other as the weeks go on but we aren’t the finished article and we are pushing them every week to keep improving as a group.”

Missing out is Paul Williams, who has a hamstring strain, but waiting in the wings to return are Shaun Tuck and Josh Robertson.

Table-topping Rhostyllen travel to Court Road to take on Rhos Aelwyd and manager Warren Duckett revealed: “We have Drew Wickens back from suspension and we are further strengthened by the return to the club of James Jones, who has been out in Australia and he will add more quality to our side.”

Ashley Ryan and James Selly also return while Rhos could have Kian Davies and James Haynes in their starting line-up.

Cefn Albion could reclaim top spot tonight when they host Chirk AAA at The Rock.

Danny Holland and Jimmy Jones are back and Kyle Thomas, who has signed from Cymru North outfit Gresford Athletic, will also be pushing for his debut.

Chirk boss Mark Holmes is without the banned Chris Bennion and admits to having a few other selection problems with the game being played tonight and not on the traditional Saturday afternoon.

Tomorrow’s top match is at Mold Alex where Brymbo visit.

Ryan Coney and Kev Day miss out through suspension for Mold and Lee Jones’ knee problem keeps him out, but Steve Watkins and Louie Middlehurst are back.

Mold boss Mike Cunningham said: “The Welsh Trophy result last week was difficult to accept.

“Despite having nine men for most of the game the lads worked their socks off, so it’s important we pick ourselves up and try to bounce back.

“Brymbo are a top, top side who have real quality throughout and travel to us full of confidence, so we know if we make the same mistakes as we have been, we will get punished.”

Brymbo boss Phil Hudson said: “We make the trip with a host of players back after last week’s win at Llanrug. Keeper Declan Morgan returns as do defenders Jacques Stuart and Keith Lewis while midfielder Zak Clark returns, and most notably, striker Ben Kearney is back after his ban.”

Jordan Deer misses out due to England Futsal duties.

Brickfield Rangers entertain Queen’s Park who are strengthened by the return of Tristan Wagner, Jason Edwards and goalkeeper Joey Jones.

Park boss Dave Evans said: “Missing all three was tough last week but all the lads that stood in were amazing which will be me some selection problems.”

Plas Madoc host rock-bottom Castell Alun Colts, who could have keeper Adam Thomas back, while Saltney Town travel to Rhydymwyn with confidence high after back-to-back victories.

Club captain Ben Evans is back after a one-match suspension and Tom Bailey also returns, but Jack Roberts is still banned and Rabih Jumaa will need a fitness test.

Max Hawkins could also be in contention after returning from injury, as may Elliot Bond and Leon Whitley after both impressed last time out.

In Division One, Halkyn & Flint Mountain entertain Mynydd Isa Spartans, who have Aide Davies and Keiran Jones returning from injury but Mark Atkinson is unavailable.

Division One leaders Hawarden Rangers host Rhosllanerchrugog and Cefn Mawr Rangers, who are on the same number of points at the top, travel to Overton.

For the visit of third-placed Llangollen, New Brighton Villa boss Dave Roberts welcomes back strikers Aaron Davies and Paul Rambaldi. Both of them will be looking to challenge top scorer Liam Davies for the number nine shirt against Llangollen.

Max Quinn and Robbie Davies replace Chris Lucas and Leigh Griffiths while Adam Funnell and Jack Leonard-Gill are both pushing for starting roles.

Johnstown boss Llion Drake is pondering his future at the club and said: “It is unclear who will be in charge but regardless, Ryan Hanmer and Lee Pritchard will return at home to Coedpoeth.”

Coedpoeth manager Karl Fenlon has a full squad - apart from Edgar Costa - to choose from.

Reserves Division: Buckley v Penycae; Castell Alun v Ruthin; Cefn Druids v Corwen; Queen’s Park v Rhos Aelwyd; Holywell v Brickfield Rgrs.

Reserves and Colts League Cup: Mynydd Isa v Cefn Alb.

Reserves and Colts Division: Brymbo v Llangollen; Cefn Mawr Rgrs v Rhydymwyn; Coedpoeth v Ruthin; CQ Nomads v Airbus; Saltney v Overton. Tonight: Bala v Johnstown.