AFAN Lido host Bangor tomorrow (2.30) desperate to end a run of nine successive league defeats.
The latest of those was a 3-2 reverse to Bala that left Paul Reid's side rooted to the bottom of the Welsh Premier, eight points adrift of their nearest rivals.
Lido are deep in a relegation battle as they try to avoid slipping back into MacWhirter Welsh League division one, a level they only escaped from two seasons ago.
They face a daunting prospect this weekend against a Bangor side who are second in the table and behind The New Saints only on goal difference.
The North Wales outfit beat Airbus 2-0 last time out.
But Lido can take heart from their recent performance against the Saints, who narrowly beat them 2-1.
Bangor have lost just three times in 14 league games this season.
Neville Powell's side are on a three-game winning streak during which they have scored 11 goals, conceding just two.
Chris Simm is their main dangerman. He leads the scoring chart with 13 Welsh Premier goals so far.