CONNAH’S QUAY NOMADS will look to complete a positive week with another three-point haul tomorrow.

Second-placed Nomads returned to winning ways with Wednesday’s 3-2 verdict at in-form Colwyn Bay and they’ll look to repeat the trick in tomorrow’s home clash with Barry Town United.

A 12th victory of the campaign will also guarantee Quay’s top-six spot come the mid-season split, but boss Neil Gibson is anticipating a tough test against ninth-placed Barry.

Following the win at Colwyn Bay, Gibson told Nomads’ X site: “I was there last night at Barry - Barry against Penybont.

“Very good game of football. Barry were excellent, fully deserved their point.

“They were better in the first half, Penybont better in the second half.

“So, we’ve done our due diligence. We’ll be back in tomorrow.

“We’ll do a recovery session with the players, team meeting, video, analysis and we’ll have a game plan ready to try and tackle Barry at home and we want to start a new winning run and take this form into Saturday.”

Michael Wilde’s 90th goal for Connah’s Quay sealed the victory at Colwyn Bay.

Jordan Davies and Harry Franklin were also on target for the visitors, while Jamie Cumming and Udoyen Akpan struck for Steve Evans’ Seagulls.

“Look, we’ve been playing in a certain style of play so far this season,” said Gibson.

“We’ve been playing free-flowing, attacking football and been controlling games of football.

“I came to watch Colwyn Bay on Saturday against Penybont and they were full value for their victory.

“I knew today that it was going to be very difficult for us to do that.

“Colwyn Bay are an excellent team, they’re very good at what they do and, you know, fair play to them, they’ve made us work extremely hard to win today’s game.

“But, so, so proud of the players and the staff in terms of our character.”

Colwyn Bay, who had won three in a row heading into midweek, will look to bounce back as they pay a visit to Newtown.

Following the midweek defeat, boss Steve Evans told the Seagulls’ YouTube channel: “We didn’t get what we deserved.

“We deserved at least a point, but we didn’t get it, so we’ve got to dust ourselves off and go again Saturday.

“There’s a lot of positives to take from that. We keep moving forward and we’ll look forward to that test on Saturday now against Newtown.”

Leaders The New Saints will look to stretch their unbeaten run to 17 matches as they head to Haverfordwest County, while Bala Town go to Penybont in what is a big encounter in the race to secure a top-six berth.

There are home matches for Cardiff Met and Pontypridd Town, versus Aberystwyth Town and Caernarfon Town respectively.