Airbus UK Broughton manager Andy Preece has warned his side that Carmarthen Town will be no pushovers.
Airbus UK will come face-to-face with the visiting team at the Hollingsworth Group Stadium.
The Old Gold were left crumbling after their 8-1 defeat to Bala Town in their last away match, but director of football Preece expects a sterner test on their 3G pitch this weekend.
Despite the hammering defeat to Bala, Carmarthen have made a solid start to the new season, with just one defeat in their first five outings this term.
“They’ve only lost one, that was against Bala, and had a really good start apart from that,” said Preece.
“The Bala result was one of those freak scores you get now and again in the league.”
“They bounced back with a point at home last Saturday, and we’re expecting a tough game with them on Sunday.”
“They pushed us for second place last season, and are looking strong again this season.”
“They are a good team, and it’s going to be a big test for us.”
Preece would like his side to stay in within touching distance within the Welsh Premier Division table leaders after climbing up to third place with 10 points from four matches.
While Ryan Wignall is suspended, Ryan Wade and Andy Jones could be sidelined due to injury for the Wingmakers.
Preece was satisfied with last week’s 2-0 win over Prestatyn, if not the performance.
“It’s always a difficult place to come as Prestatyn get some good results there,” he said.
“The pitch was hard and bobbly, and there wasn’t much football played as it was difficult to get the ball down. It was not nice to watch, not nice to play in, but the big thing for us was to get three points and that’s what we did.”