Following the disappointment of Saturday's postponed North Wales Coast FA Junior Challenge Cup tie against Llanelwy Athletic, Bangor 1876 spring back into action on Tuesday evening with a midweek Gwynedd Football League fixture against CPD Llanerchymedd.
Despite a respectable sixth place finish in Division Two of the Welsh Alliance Football League last season, CPD Llanerchymedd made the decision to step down into Gwynedd Football League for the 2019-20 campaign. Following the departure of the majority of last season's playing roster, a youthful CPD Llanerchymedd have endured a torrid start to the current campaign with a string of defeats that leaves the club rooted to the bottom of the League table and yet to pick up their first point.
CPD Llanerchymedd opened their campaign with 1-5 home defeat at Tan Parc against Caergybi FC. Further defeats to Glantraeth (1-3), current League leaders Trearddur Bay Bulls (1-8) and Llanystundwy (2-7) completed their August programme. September proved equally as fruitless with a heavy defeat at home to Bontnewydd (1-9) followed by a more respectable 0-2 reverse against CPD Bro Goronwy.
Bangor 1876 will be looking to extend a 100% record currently standing at nine straight wins in all competitions. The management team of Mel Jones and Dylan Williams are expected to have a fully-fit squad available for selection against Llanerchymedd. Leading goalscorer Jamie Petrie (13 goals in all competitions) is expected to start having missed out on the impressive 6-2 victory over CPD Penrhyndeudraeth in the JD Welsh Cup Second Qualifying Round ten days ago.