CYMRU NORTH leaders Holywell Town can look forward to a return to action following a three-week break tonight.

The Wellmen, last in action back on November 11, face a testing trip to seventh-placed Guilsfield as they look to stretch their unbeaten league run to a dozen matches.

Holywell boss Johnny Haseldin said: “We’re hoping on Friday the lads will be hungry to get back playing.

“Consistency is important and we have got to deal with these bumps in the road.”

Looking at tonight’s hosts, Haseldin added: “I always say it’s one of the most difficult games when you play against them.

“They’re really difficult to play against.

“It will be a tight game and they will feel they will have an advantage with it being a Friday night.

“We have got to out-work them, which will be easier said than done.”

Holywell will go into the match without the suspended Zebb Edwards.

Interim boss Asa Hamilton is backing his Buckley Town players to haul themselves out of the lower reaches of the table.

A 3-0 loss at Bangor 1876 saw Buckley slip into the bottom-three a fortnight ago and Town have home advantage against the same opponents tomorrow afternoon.

Hamilton told the club’s Facebook page: “100 per cent we’ll get out of it.

“If I didn’t think that, I wouldn’t have took the job as the manager, because I back myself, I back the coaches and I back the boys.

“Every one of them boys are honest boys.”

Buckley have three league matches to play prior to Christmas and Hamilton added: “We’ve got to change and we’ve got to change fast.

“We’re third from bottom, that is disgusting for us and the players we’ve got.

“I’ve played in bad teams in the past and you get where you get because you’re a bad team. But that’s not a bad team.”

The match will be played at the Deeside Stadium, in Connah’s Quay.