IF Wrexham are to win Division Two North this season, it looks like they’re going to do it the hard way.

Still boasting a 100 per cent record following their first four matches, the Bryn Estyn Road side head to Bangor tomorrow to begin the second half of their campaign.

It’s yet another away day for the title-chasers and all four of their previous triumphs have come away from home.

However, they return to the bread-and-butter of the league following a heavy 34-0 loss last weekend at St Clears in the Welsh Bowl.

Wrexham coach Rob Jones said: “St Clears we’re a really good side and we have learnt a lot from our cup experience.

“Back to reality on Saturday with a key fixture for us at Bangor.

“We need to ensure we go there with a good mental attitude and forget they are where they are in the league, if we don’t then it could be a potential banana skin.

“A couple of key people missing this week but we have the strength to ensure we work hard and secure a win.

“We go there not taking it for granted and know we will have a fight on our hands.”

Lloyd Roberts (pictured below) will make his first start at fly half for the first team and he said: “I’m really happy to get the starting 10 shirt and I hope to bring an expansive game of good fast rugby.

“As a team, we’ve been playing really well recently but we’re coming off the back of a tough defeat from a strong South Wales team in the cup so a good result is important.”

Four victories from their opening five matches sees Mold at the top of the table and they should feel confident of achieving another triumph tomorrow.

They host Newtown, who are still searching for a first league win this season.

Shotton Steel could climb into the top-four with a positive outcome at home to Welshpool.

Other fixtures: Nant Conwy 2nds v Colwyn Bay; Rhyl & District v Abergele.

There’s a big Flintshire derby in Division Three North with Flint welcoming Mold Seconds.

Other fixtures: Denbigh 2nds v Llanidloes; Llangefni 2nds v Machynlleth; Menai Bridge v Holyhead. February 2: Pwllheli 2nds v Llangefni 2nds.

It’s still tight in the upper reaches of the Division One North standings.

At present, just three points separate leaders Llandudno from seventh-placed Ruthin.

Llandudno will look to maintain their unbeaten record tomorrow, but victory for hosts Bethesda will see them take over at the top.

Ruthin will climb into the top-two if they can triumph at Llangefni.

Other fixtures: Caernarfon v Denbigh; Dolgellau v Bro Ffestiniog.