Cwmbran Celtic are full of confidence, as Ton Pentre visit the Gwent based club on Saturday (28 January), after defeating Caerau Ely 6-4 in their last match.
Prior to that win, Celtic had suffered a series of poor results and manager Dean Morris is hopeful his team has turned a corner and can pull away from the bottom half of the table with a win over the Bulldogs.
The home team will be favourites for the victory as Ton Pentre are on a terrible run of results and have not played since losing to Monmouth Town in early January.
Ton Pentre will be without captain Thomas Davies for the game, who serves the first of a three match suspension following his sending off in the 4-1 defeat at Monmouth, and Adam Lewis will also be unavailable for selection through suspension.
The Bulldogs are currently third from bottom in the table and desperately require all three points and a win would be a welcome boost as Ton Pentre have several games in hand over the teams around them.