It gets little easier for Rhayader Town who host Ardal League North East leaders, Caersws on Saturday.
The Red Kites are bottom of the table, some nine points from safety, and need a mammoth effort if they are to maintain their Tier Three status. And time is running out for Rhayader who have 10 games remaining to try and avoid the drop.
Defenders, James Thomson and Cameron Mills should be available but Grant Stamp is suspended. It is at the other end of the pitch Rhayader have really struggled, with just 16 goals from 18 league games, making them by far the division’s lowest goalscorers.
Builth Wells are away at Corwen gunning for revenge following a 4-2 defeat against their opponents on The Lant Field just a fortnight ago.
The Bulls will be keen to return to winning ways having lost three in a row in the league since their victory over leaders, Caersws on the first Saturday in February.
Captain, Chris Roff returns but Danny Ives is ruled out of the trip.
After Saturday’s trip north, The Bulls have three consecutive home games against Dolgellau, Llanfair United and Llangollen Town.
Llandrindod Wells welcome Llangollen to The Broadway looking to make it back-to-back league wins.
Thoughts are already turning to their big FAW Trophy semi-final tie against Trethomas Bluebirds in two week’s time but player-manager, Gareth Jones will ensure his players stay focused on upcoming league games.
Key defender, Ashley Jones misses the second of his three-match suspension.
Llandrindod then face holders, Hay St Marys in an Aspidistra Radnorshire Cup semi-final next Tuesday night while in the other semi-final tie, St Harmon host Radnor Valley on Sunday.
Brecon Corries have had a tough run of fixtures and it is another big challenge on Saturday when they host Ardal League South East leaders, Risca United.
Just two points from a possible 15 has seen Corries drop to tenth place in the league table.
With Hay St Marys not playing due to a funeral last weekend and having no game this Saturday, Radnor Valley have the opportunity to move five points clear at the top of the MMP Central Wales League (South).
The Goats host local rivals, Knighton Town, seeking a league double over their Radnorshire neighbours.
Radnor are without defender, Josh Traylor-Hall who misses out against his former club through suspension but are hopeful several key players who missed last week’s win at Tywyn will return.
But Radnor will not have it all their own way against a Knighton side that have acquitted themselves well since stepping up from the Mid Wales League (South).
Presteigne St Andrews host Llanilar in their last home match of the season, disappointed in only having managed a draw against bottom of the table, Penybont United last week.
Presteigne will be without Ryan Jones who sustained a nasty ankle injury last week which is thankfully not as bad as first feared.
Penybont themselves are hosting Tregaron looking to build on last week’s point while Talgarth are at home against an in-form Penparcau.
While talk is of a two-horse race for the title, Penparcau, with games in hand, cannot be discounted.
Their next four games are against the bottom three, Talgarth twice, Presteigne home and Penybont away while they still have to meet both Radnor Valley and Hay.
There are two big games in the Watson Financial Mid Wales League (South) this weekend with Hay St Marys Reserves and St Harmon meeting at Forest Road while Felindre and leaders, Newcastle clash in a local derby.