JOHNNY HASELDIN is determined that Holywell Town’s meeting with Gresford Athletic goes ahead tomorrow - wherever the venue may be.

The Wellmen have home advantage over Eddie Maurice-Jones’ charges, but Holywell are looking at the possibility of switching the match if their Achieve More Training Stadium pitch is unplayable.

“We have got to keep ourselves prepared and keep ourselves hungry,” said Holywell boss Haseldin.

“The lads are chomping at the bit. Gresford is going to be tough. They have got to be the focus and it’s the old saying, one game at a time.”

Second-placed Holywell will be without striker Dave Forbes, who needs to undergo surgery,.

Gresford boss Maurice-Jones rates the Wellmen and he knows his side will face a tough test.

“If anyone gets above Holywell, they will win the league,” he said. “We have got to learn about the group and Holywell’s going to be tough.

“It was always going to be tough even if we were at full strength.

“We will go there with a plan we can get something from the game.”

Charley Edge remains out through suspension, while Gresford hope goalkeeper Mike Jones is available.

Mike Cunningham has challenged his in-form Mold Alex side to show just how far they’ve come when they visit league leaders Airbus tonight.

“Airbus are a very good side so it will be a good test for us to see where we are at,” said the Mold boss, whose fifth-placed side are eight points behind the leaders but with three games in hand.

“A very tough game away at the league leaders but confidence is high in the squad and there is no pressure on us to get anything out of the game.

“They are the home team; they are top of the league so we can hopefully go there and play our own game.”

Ryan Coney and Dom Doherty now back fully fit, but tonight’s game may be a week too soon for Jamie Reed, who spent a short time as Airbus boss last season.

Airbus went top with a 3-2 win over Chirk, but there was a nervy conclusion to proceedings.

Boss Mark Allen told the club’s website: “We should have seen the game out and we were disappointed to concede two goals. We should have been more clinical in the game considering the possession we had.

“Credit to them, they came and worked for their manager and made it difficult. You could tell that we’d had a week off.”

There is certainly a positive outlook at the Wingmakers and Allen added: “Players are starting to filter back into the squad now, which makes us stronger.”