LLANDUDNO host Colwyn Bay in the Cymru North’s big derby game at the OPS Wind Arena on Friday (March 11) evening (kick-off 7.30pm)

Bay will be up against the team in second spot following last Saturday’s home game against league leaders Airbus UK Broughton.

The Wingmakers were 3-0 winners at the Four Crosses Arena courtesy of goals from Beau Cornish and two from Jake Eye, including a penalty.

Bay were weakened by a number of injuries and manager Steve Evans had to include himself in Bay’s starting line-up.

Airbus UK remain three points ahead of Llandudno, who won 4-1 at Llanidloes through goals from Danny Brookwell, Lee Thomas and two from Shaun Cavanagh.

Sean Eardley’s side won 2-1 in front of a crowd of more than 1,000 at the Four Crosses Arena in October.

James Kirby had given the Bay a first half lead with a superb volley but second half goals from former Seagulls players Gaz Evans and Marc Williams secured Llandudno the win.

Bay won the last time the sides met at Maesdu Park, a 3-2 win in December 2019 during the season which was curtailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, Colwyn Bay will face Cymru Premier leaders The New Saints in the JD Welsh Cup semi-final at Rhyl’s Belle Vue on Sunday, March 20 with kick-off at 2.15pm.

Admission is pay on the day on the turnstiles and the game will also be broadcast live on S4C and online.