Author: Dafydd Jones
Publisher: Y Clwb Pel Droed
Cardiff Metropolitan University look to get their first win since the Cymru Premier re-start, as they host Cefn Druids at Cyncoed Campus.
The Archers succumbed to a 1-0 defeat to Haverfordwest County on the league’s return and fell to a 4-1 loss at Newtown in their most recent fixture.
Christian Edwards’ side have struggled for goals this campaign and are the league’s lowest scorers with just 15 goals in 19 games.
A victory for the Students this weekend is paramount, with the club sitting just four points above the relegation zone.
Managerless Cefn Druids travel to the capital without a win in five games and sit at the foot of the Cymru Premier table.
Since the re-start, the Ancients have succumbed to defeats against Newtown, Bala Town and The New Saints.
The Druids are looking to appoint a new first-team manager, after the dismissal of Bruno Lopes.
The 12th placed club can take encouragement however in the fact that a win this weekend could take them off the foot of the table.
In the reverse fixture in September, Cefn Druids took the lead through Jamie Reed, only for Liam Warman to salvage a draw for the Archers.