Barry Town United
Barry Town United, following on from their previous result, will be hoping for more of the same after the 0-1 Premier League triumph vs Caernarfon Town.
Gavin Chestefield's Barry Town United have netted a sum total of 10 times over their preceding six outings. The corresponding tally of goals that have been scored against them in those fixtures amounts to 5.
Their past results show that Barry Town United:are winless against The New Saints in their previous 4 matches in the league.have not been beaten in their last 2 league matches at home.
The New Saints
The New Saints will go into this match after a 0-1 Premier League win with the defeat of Bala Town in their previous fixture.
Indicating their fondness for action-packed encounters, goals have been seen as many as 20 times in the last 6 matches in which The New Saints have taken to the pitch, yielding a mean average of 3.33 goals each clash. Opposition teams have hit 3 of those goals.
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