CEFN ALBION coach Ian Andrews insists his team haven’t become a ‘bad team overnight’.

Still reeling from the shock departure of boss Neil Ashton, Albion host Radnor Valley in the North East League tomorrow looking to halt a run of three defeats in which they’ve shipped 10 goals.

“After a tough few weeks and changes going on at the club, we will be looking to get back on track this weekend,” said Andrews, who is in the dugout alongside new boss Sean Jones.

“The confidence in the team is a little low and it’s something myself and Sean are working hard at in training to lift the spirits. Saying that, these lads haven’t become a bad team overnight.

“Little things haven’t been going our way and the slightest mistake seems to get punished. We will turn this little blip of form around and we believe in this group of players.

“Radnor Valley have come into the league as a team no-one knows about and have gone about their business well, sitting top of the table and we will have to respect them.”

Dion Gibbons is still suspended with Callum Taylor pushing for a starting place after impressing last week.

Rhos Aelwyd head to Dolgellau on the back of a 6-1 drubbing at Llanrhaeadr in the Welsh Trophy.

“It was a tough one to take last Saturday - the scoreline certainly didn’t reflect the game but sometimes that happens in cup football and it doesn’t matter if you lose 1-0 or 6-1, the same outcome going out!” said Rhos boss Gareth Jones. “We’re really looking forward to a good run of games in the league. We won’t dwell on last weekend’s result but we certainly won’t let it happen again.”

Llangollen Town host Llanuwchllyn with boss Luke Maybury admitting: “It’s a tough game against a team we know a lot about.”

Meuryn Hughes misses out through suspension while Penycae will aim to make it three wins on the trot when they welcome Builth Wells.

Other fixtures: Llanfair v Welshpool; Llanrhaeadr v Penrhyncoch; Llansantffraid v Bow Street.