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The NomadsvsBarry Town United


The Nomads


Barry Town United


JD Welsh Premier League
20.04.19 | 2:30pm

MATCH PREVIEW: FINAL HOME GAME SEES SECOND FACE THIRD AT DEESIDE

The Nomads' final home game of the 2018/19 campaign sees the visit of third placed Barry Town United on Saturday afternoon.

Both sides come in to the game knowing that UEFA Europa League football is guaranteed for the 2019/20 season and that both sides are set in both second and third place respectively (unless Barry can overturn a +39 goal difference in the remaining two games!).

The Nomads come into the game on the back of a fantastic 4-1 victory away at Bala Town while Barry will also be full of energy having defeated Caernarfon Town 4-0 to secure their first European place under the club's new guise.

Ahead of the game, Andy Morrison said "Our last game at home this season will see us come up against European qualifiers, Barry Town United. A huge congratulations to Gavin, Richie and all the players who have had a fantastic season and rightly will be representing Wales along with ourselves and TNS next season.

The league table doesn't lie and the three outstanding teams this season are clear in the table. After rewriting history books and smashing all previous records in last week's win over Bala, our aim is to amass as many points as we can. With two league games and a Cup Final to finish, all the squad want to be playing and selection will be pleasantly difficul as every player has played a huge part in our amazing success this season. With it being our last home game, I'd like to pay tribute to our loyal supporters - we have seen an increase this season, especially away from home and I can assure them that their voices and support is greatly appreciated by everyone."


The game kicks off at 2:30pm at Deeside Stadium and will be covered live on our Twitter feed.

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Nomads secure second and qualify for Irn Bru Cup with Barry draw
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