COLWYN BAY will be looking to bounce back after last weekend’s cup defeat at Connah’s Quay and go into a 12th week as JD Cymru North league leaders when Holyhead Hotspur come to the 4 Crosses Arena on Friday evening (Nov 18, 7:45pm kick off).

 Manager Steve Evans says his side will have learnt from last weekend, when he was unhappy with the first half performance, and he’ll be looking for the players to be on the front foot from the start against a Holyhead side who are battling to get out of the bottom three.

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With Bay’s close rivals Llandudno and Holywell facing tricky top eight games against Ruthin Town and Prestatyn respectively over the weekend, the Seagulls will be anxious to avoid any upset.

 Holyhead have not scored a goal in any of their last four games, which includes the 3-0 defeat at Colwyn Bay in the WBS League Cup last month, and have only one win in 10 league games so far (a 2-0 home victory over Buckley Town in August), but that could make them all the more dangerous as they bid to end a seven-match winless run.