MANAGER Steve Evans says Colwyn Bay owe their fans a “massive performance” after dropping into the JD Cymru Premier’s bottom two.

Bay suffered a disappointing 1-0 loss at Aberystwyth Town last Friday and are four points above bottom of the table Pontypridd United.

Pontypridd are Bay’s opponents at the 4 Crosses Construction Arena this Saturday (kick-off 5.15pm) in the final game of phase one.

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“We have a huge game which we will be looking to put in a massive performance which I feel we owe our Seagulls fans and ourselves, after the disappointing performance v Aberystwyth last week,” Evans said.

Bay won 3-0 at Pontypridd in November with goals from Udi Akpan, Tom McCready’s penalty and Jamie Cumming.

The manager has added to the squad with Dan Atkins signing from Prestatyn Town as well as loan moves for Bala Town’s Adam Mitter, Harry Owen from Connah’s Quay and Wrexham youngsters Dan Davies and Owen Cushion.