EX-WREXHAM and Chester striker Marc Williams is just 90 minutes away from creating history.

Williams and his Caernarfon Town team-mates will host Penybont tomorrow in a huge Cymru Premier League play-off final.

A large crowd is anticipated at The Oval, with the Canaries aiming to qualify for Europe for the first time in their history.

Williams bagged an 87th minute opener as Caernarfon beat Cardiff Met 2-0 in last week’s semi-final, before he discarded his shirt and celebrated in the arms of the home supporters.

He told S4C’s Sgorio: “We need home advantage, as you’ve seen tonight what it can do and, you know, at my age, when you’ve got that crowd rocking around you, it certainly gives you that extra yard.”

However, Williams won’t be taking anything for granted against Penybont, who thrashed Scott Ruscoe’s Newtown 5-0 in their last-four showdown last weekend with Chris Venables and Gabriel Kircough both hitting doubles.

“Penybont... a really experienced side and they’re difficult to play against,” he said.

Another player set to be a vital part of the Caernarfon efforts will be striker Adam Davies.

The former Airbus attacker netted the second goal to seal the deal against Cardiff Met.