HUW GRIFFITHS believes Cefn Druids can start planning for the 2019/20 top-flight campaign if they secure victory over Llandudno tonight.

Ninth placed Druids are 10 points better off than second from bottom Llandudno with six games of the season remaining.

And Griffiths feels that a win for the Ancients at The Rock will guarantee his team a place in next season’s Welsh Premier League - even if it’s not a mathematical guarantee.

That means the pressure is on Llandudno heading into tonight’s encounter.

“For them it’s a massive game,” declared Griffiths. “They have to win the game, all of the pressure is on them.

“If we draw then we stay 10 points clear of them with five games to go, and that wouldn’t be the end of the world for us, but we want to win the game.

“We’ve won two games in a row for the first time this season and we want to make that three if we possibly can.

“Llandudno will be determined to win, however, and our boys need to make sure that they match that hunger.”

Asked whether Llandudno’s need to win the game might play into Druids’ hands, Griffiths continued: “They have to attack us because they have to target a win from this game, anything different and more fool them.

“If they attack then it should suit us because we will be able to exploit the spaces.

“It should be a good game to watch and it’s one we are looking forward to.”

Naim Arsan, above, and Jack Kenny will be assessed ahead of the clash and James Davies is doubtful for Druids, who are expected to give a start to former Llandudno attacker John Owen.

Rock-bottom Llanelli know they need to beat Cardiff Met tonight, to keep their survival hopes alive, while Carmarthen will want to ease their relegation concerns with a win at Aberystwyth.

At the top end of the table, Barry Town United will want to put pressure on the top two with victory at Newtown tomorrow, and Bala Town head to Caernarfon Town tonight.