BUCKLEY TOWN are out to maintain their impressive form on the road with a crucial three points at Llanfair United on Saturday.

Dan Moore’s Bucks are unbeaten away from home since losing to Flint on December 28, picking up three wins and a draw in all competitions.

Seven points from a possible nine, courtesy of victories at Llanrhaeadr and Llandudno and a draw at Corwen, have lifted Buckley out of the bottom four, and left the Flintshire outfit confident ahead of their trip to rock-bottom Llanfair.

Boss Moore, pictured, whose squad have been frustrated by the wet weather in recent weeks, said: “We’ll be approaching the game like any other, they’re all important and none of them are easy.

“We’ve picked up seven points from our last three away games and we will be looking to build on this.”

Connor Littler looks set to be Buckley’s only absentee for the trip to Llanfair, who are 15 points adrift of their visitors, who occupy the final spot outside the drop zone.

While Buckley battle it out with Llanfair, second from bottom Corwen are facing a tricky home clash with Eddie Maurice-Jones’ Rhyl.

Sion Tudor Jones’ men have suffered just one defeat in five, picking up six points in their quest to avoid the drop.

Fourth from bottom Llangefni have the chance to turn up the pressure on Llandudno by claiming a crucial away win, while struggling Porthmadog make their way to Ruthin, who are just six points above the drop zone.