THE Seagulls are likely to have Dylan Allshorn back in the squad for Saturday’s televised game away to Barry Town United (5:15pm kick-off).

Sam Hart, however, is still unavailable while Tom McCready and Cai Owen continue their recovery from injury.

The squad will have had some hard work to do this week after the second half collapse against Caernarfon Town last weekend, being clinically punished for losing possession in their own half, but manager Steve Evans promised: “We have to learn quickly, but we are a young squad and we will do. We’ll do the work this week and be ready for Barry Town on Saturday.”

Both newly promoted sides go into the game looking for their first league points of the season, although Barry were unlucky not to get a point last weekend at Bala Town where they played the last 20 minutes with 10 men and only lost to a goal scored in the 92nd minute.

The dangerous Kayne McLaggon was the man sent off for two yellow cards, so he is likely to serve a one match ban for the Colwyn Bay game.

Barry have also suffered an early exit from the Nathaniel MG Cup, after a 2-1 home defeat to Aberystwyth Town, and are looking for their first victory under new manager Steve Jenkins, the former Swansea City and Welsh international.

For the Bay, Alex Downes is in line to make his 75th appearance for the club.