NIALL MCGUINNESS and Flint Town United aren’t fazed by their clash with “unknown quantity” Bangor City.

The Silkmen are looking to get their promotion challenge back on track at the Essity Stadium tomorrow, but how the Citizens will line-up remains a mystery until the team sheets are published an hour before kick-off after Pedro Pasculli signed six first-team players since the window opened.

Hugo Colace, Alex Boss, Luis Teles, Federico Tobler, Gonzalo Laborda and Agustin Zicarelli have all arrived at Nantporth in the last eight days.

How many of those signings Pasculli trusts - or indeed receive international clearance - at Flint tomorrow remains to be seen, but McGuinness is confident his side will be ready for whatever comes their way.

“They are a bit of an unknown quantity,” said McGuinness when asked about facing Bangor, who held Flint to a 1-1 draw earlier this season. “It will be difficult to start all of the new signings and if they do it might change their dynamic.

“I know their manager has changed things playing-wise quite a lot since he took over, they like to defend deep and look to hit you on the counter, so we know how they will play if not exactly who will play.

“When we went to their place earlier in the season I said that it was the toughest game we’ve played, and although their results suggest they haven’t always been in that form, we know it will be a challenge.

“But we are at home and second in the table, so we need to stick to our game-plan and go from there.”

Midfield general Brandon Burrows and the versatile Andy Brown return from suspension and illness for Flint, who remain without Kyle Smyth as they search for top form.

One win in their last four matches has seen Flint slip nine points behind leaders Prestatyn, who host Conwy Borough tomorrow, and McGuinness added: “We are disappointed in the manner we’ve dropped points recently and we want to get back to winning ways to keep any sort of pressure on.”

Buckley head to Llandudno looking to build on their Newfa Challenge Cup success over top-flight Cefn Druids.

“We’re looking forward to tomorrow’s game,” said Buckley boss Dan Moore. “It’ll be our fourth game in two weeks which has been much needed after playing one game in the previous four. The players have needed minutes in a competitive environment and we will obviously be looking for some consistency in performances and positive results going forward.

“Tomorrow will be a big test for us against a good team, and we know we’ll need to be at our best to get anything from the game.”

Elsewhere, Rhyl visit Ruthin and Llanrhaeadr host Colwyn Bay.