PART TWO of the battle not to finish bottom of the Cymru Premier League kicks off tomorrow and it promises to be just as thrilling as the top-of-the-table chase for Champions League football.

Cefn Druids find themselves rooted to the bottom with Flint Town United just two points ahead of them in 11th place as the season enters a gruelling last 10-games stage this weekend.

While Druids welcome a Haverfordwest side still smarting from throwing away the chance of a top six finish, Flint are also at home where Cardiff Met are the visitors at The Essisty Stadium.

Flint boss Neil Gibson will be pleased to have had two good training sessions to get 6-0 and 5-0 thrashings at the hands of The New Saints and Bala Town last week out of the system.

“I’ve said it before that we knew it was going to be tough for us after the restart and as the table looks now, we played the top six in that period,” said Gibson, who went into the game at Bala last Saturday without six first team regulars.

“The most important thing for us was not to leave ourselves adrift at the bottom. We’re only two points from Cardiff Met in 10th place and six away from Aberystwyth in eighth.

“The bottom six in the table could look a lot different when the season ends on May 15.

“We’ll be playing teams in and around us, starting at home to Cardiff Met where we have to forget about the last two results and start finding some consistency.”

Cardiff Met are in an awful run of form heading into tomorrow’s game having lost four of their five games since the restart. Their only point came in a goal-less draw at home to Druids three weeks ago. Flint’s sole win was at Penybont on the sane day.

Gibson has striker Conor Horwood back from suspension, Calum Bratley has a chance of making it back but Richie Foulkes is definitely out.

“Tomorrow is the start of another hectic schedule for us,” added Gibson, whose side welcome Druids next Tuesday before a Friday night trip to Aberystwyth Town.

“It’s a case of managing the players fitness as well at this time but it’s also a chance for us to wipe the slate clean and start afresh.”

Aberystwyth, who were bottom of the table when the league resumed on March 5, are on a decent run having picked up 11 points out of a possible 18 - including a 1-0 success over neighbours Newtown, who they host tonight. Aber boss Gavin Allen is in the running for the manager of the month award.