CEFN DRUIDS goalkeeper Michael Jones is keeping his fingers crossed that his side will finally face Haverfordwest - and get a much needed win.

Both fixtures this season against the Bluebirds this season have been postponed because of coronavirus-related issues so the teams will try again at The Bridge Meadow Stadium tomorrow.

"Hopefully it goes ahead," said former Wrexham stopper Jones. "Haverfordwest seem like the nemesis team that we never get to play at the moment.

"Every time we are down to play them, nothing ever happens."

Bottom of the table Druids are in the midst of a run of away matches in south Wales.

The Ancients came from behind to draw 1-1 at Ponybont last weekend and after travelling to Haverfordwest tomorrow, are back on the road at Barry on December 19.

"It is going to be a long trip to Haverfordwest but as we proved on Sunday, we didn't get exactly get bowled over to start with," said Jones.

"We started the game well so we will be hoping to do the same tomorrow.

"We have got all the south Wales trips coming together.

"We had Penybont last Sunday and in December, we have got Haverfordwest tomorrow and then Barry in a few weeks.

"They are going to be tough games like every game is but we have set a target that we want to come away from the games with, so hopefully we achieve that."

Although Druids were beaten by leaders The New Saints in midweek, Bruno Lopes' side returned from lockdown by narrowly losing 2-1 at defending champions Connah's Quay Nomads before the Penybont stalemate.

Jones has seen enough to suggest Druids can start to climb the table.

"Confidence is always going to be there," added Jones.

"If you haven't got confidence in yourselves, there is no point in us going on the pitch.

"The dressing room is good, the environment is good, we got to work on a few things in the lockdown which look they have been cemented in the team now.

"We feel like we have improved with performances and the two results since lockdown, we got beat 2-1 by Connah's Quay and a lot of people watching that game would hopefully have thought we were a little bit hard done by.

"The Ponybont game was two teams battling it out and a draw was probably a fair result but performance-wise, we are on the right path.

"We just need to get that 'W' against our name and quick; hopefully once we have got that win, the belief will come more and more."