GLENN CHAMBERS believes one win will make Pontblyddyn’s Premier Division run-in an enjoyable experience.

The Flintshire outfit slipped into the relegation zone last weekend after they were beaten by Mochdre and fellow strugglers Brymbo overcame rivals Gresford.

With six games remaining, Pontblyddyn are now four points adrift of Brymbo.

But Chambers, who is set to return to action following injury, reckons one win can spark his side into life.

“Nothing has changed from our point of view,” said a composed Chambers. “We want to try and win every game that is in-front of us.

“The problem is that we are devoid of a bit of confidence at the moment. But one win can turn that around and I could see us winning three or four games on the bounce then.”

Are there any concerns over an instant return to Division One?

“I’d be a bit stupid if I said I wasn’t at all concerned,” said Chambers. “But I do know that we’ve got the quality to get ourselves out of danger.”

Arriving at Alder Meadow tomorrow are St Asaph, who have lost their last six matches to slip to ninth in the table, 22 points above Pontblyddyn.

“It has surprised me,” said Chambers of St Asaph’s slump in form. “Some teams are hitting form and others are struggling, so it should be an entertaining end to the season.”

Rhys Jones, Ali Roberts and Chris Moss return to strengthen Pont, who are able to call on Mark Neath.

Brymbo are rejuvenated by a derby success over Gresford, but captain James Claybrook is remaining cautious.

"It’s a much better feeling being out of the relegation zone, but we realise there’s a lot of work to do," said Claybrook, who can call on Dan Parry at Mochdre tomorrow. "We have the biggest game of the season next week at home to Pont, so if we could sneak a win at Mochdre that would really put the pressure on them and give us a bit of breathing space."

Gresford captain Daniel Williams is “pretty confident” that his side won’t get themselves dragged into the relegation dogfight.

The derby defeat to Brymbo has left eighth placed Gresford 29 points clear of the bottom two ahead of a trip to Pwllheli.

“It’s a big game,” said Williams. “We have to string a few good performances together just to avoid getting dragged into a dogfight down at the bottom.

“But I’m pretty confident as a group we’ve got plenty of talent to avoid that.”

Ryan Williams misses out for Gresford tomorrow.

Rock-bottom Connah’s Quay’s hopes of avoiding the drop could be all-but over tomorrow if they lose heavily to title favourites Bangor.

Martin Burger’s Quay are 54 points adrift of safety heading into the match with Bangor, who need the points in their quest to wrestle the title from Menai Bridge.

Menai head to Denbigh tomorrow, while Northop will be out to cement their top-six standing with a home win against Llandudno.

Other fixtures - Division One: Abergele v Llay Welfare; Bersham v Ruthin; Conwy v Dolgellau; Gwersyllt Park v Hawarden Park; Llanrwst v Bethesda; Mold v Carmel and District.

Division Two: Bangor 2nds v Mynydd Isa and Maeshafn; Brymbo 2nds v Mochdre 2nds; Corwen v Buckley; Gresford 2nds v Llay Welfare 2nds; Halkyn v Marchwiel; Menai Bridge 2nds v Northop 2nds.

Division Three: Buckley 2nds v Gwersyllt Park 2nds; Carmel and District 2nds v Pwllheli 2nds; Hawarden Park 2nds v Connah’s Quay 2nds; Mynydd Isa and Maeshafn 2nds v Pontblyddyn 2nds; St Asaph 2nds v Mold 2nds.

Division Four: Bethesda 2nds v Halkyn 2nds; Caernarfon v Llangollen; Dolgellau 2nds v Conwy 2nds; Llandudno 2nds v Rhewl; Marchwiel and Wrexham 2nds v Llanrwst 2nds.