WILL it be a four-midable weekend for Holywell Town?

Johnny Haseldin's side have been in blistering form in Cymru North of late, winning three games on the bounce.

The Wellmen host Penrhyncoch tomorrow aiming to continue their excellent run, on the back of a fortnight long break.

"The last time we had a break, it was welcomed," said Haseldin.

"It's one defeat in eight in the league but it can soon turn around in football.

"We're starting to get a little bit more rub of the green and we didn't really want a break.

"We have gone from not looking like winning a game to looking like we're not going to lose one.

"We have got to keep that going."

It's not just at first team level that things are positive for Holywell, with the reserve team leading the way in their league.

"The reserves are doing really well and we're getting two-or-three of them lads training with us each week," added Haseldin.

"With the transfer window in place, that was one thing I spoke to the second team about was you need to raise your levels.

"Any good performances, we will be looking to our lads to fill in.

"It's important the reserves come along with us.

"That's credit to Carl and the staff there, pushing them there as well."

Looking ahead to the Penrhyncoch, Haseldin said: "I know what we're going to get with them.

"There's always been a bit of rivalry."

This stems from a few years back when Penrhyncoch just managed to stay up, while Holywell were the ones relegated.

"They're always competitive and they always come and try to beat us," added Haseldin.

"There's always been good games between the two sides and I would expect them to be all at it on Saturday.

"We have got to match that to get anything out of the game."

Alex Williams should come back in for Holywell and Zebb Edwards is available once more.

However, Danny Sullivan is suspended after picking up five bookings this season.