THE Seagulls will bid to make it 11 straight wins in a row in all competitions, and retain top spot in the JD Cymru North, when they travel to Guilsfield on Saturday.
Top scorer James Kirby is back in contention after missing the midweek WBS Cup win over Holyhead Hotspur, and needs one more goal to take his season tally into double figures.
Tom McCready is also expected to return after taking time out to get married.
Bay boss Steve Evans commented: “Following a superb performance on Tuesday night I have tough decisions to make as we have everyone available except Sam Fowles who is still recovering from injury.
“Everyone has been working hard and competition for places in strong.
“Everyone is looking forward to the game and we should be going to Guilsfield full of confidence, although we know how tough it is going to be.
“They are a good team who will be well organised. Their manager is Nathan Leonard who I know well. I played under ‘Lenny’ during my short spell at Oswestry Town and he is someone I have a lot of respect for, so I’m looking forward to doing battle with him.
“We’ll be looking to produce another performance for the travelling Seagulls.”
Guilsfield have already lost more league games this season than in the whole of last term, when they finished third in the table, and yet only the Bay, Llandudno and Porthmadog have conceded fewer goals than the Powys side.
Their problem has been up front with just 10 goals in eight league games -and four of those were in one game against Mold Alex in the opening fixture of the campaign.
They did , however, have an excellent 1-0 win at to Buckley Town last time out – despite having a man sent off in the first half.
Three of their squad, Chris Catherall, Jamie Hyne and Josh Astley, were in the Tim Rhanbarthol Cymru squad, along with the four Bay lads, which presented Wales in the UEFA Regions Cup in Ireland last week, with Catherall scoring in the 3-2 win over Northern Ireland representatives Eastern Region.