SION TUDOR JONES would happily take a point now if offered one as Corwen prepare to host Guilsfield.

Visiting Guilsfield, who have lost striker Adam Davies to Aberystwyth, have once again punched above their weight in the second tier, climbing to third place courtesy of 11 wins and four draws from 19 outings.

Regardless of their league position, Jones knows Guilsfield are always a tough team to tackle, and expects another testing 90 minutes for his Corwen players.

“It will be a very tough game,” said the Corwen boss. “They can play on 3G or they can play on grass. They are a very good footballing side who are very versatile. They don’t get the credit they deserve given they are a tough side to beat.

“If I was offered a point now I would take it.”

Corwen, who head into the clash on the back of a 3-1 home defeat to Penrhyncoch, are without new signing Gwydion Ifan from Ruthin, pictured above with Jones.

Ifan will be available for selection after tomorrow’s encounter and Jones can’t wait to have him at his disposal.

“I’m absolutely delighted Gwydion has agreed to sign for the club,” said Jones, who is still looking to strengthen his playing options.

“I managed Gwydion at Llanuwchllyn and he was instrumental in the club’s success during that period. He’s a player I trust and I’m certain his quality will improve us.”

The only team below Corwen in the table are Llanfair United, who make their way to Rhyl tomorrow, while third from bottom Porthmadog entertain Llandudno and tonight, Bangor City host Llangefni, who are looking over their shoulder.