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Hunt set to return as Bala eye revenge against champions.

BALA Town have a swift chance to put the record straight when they take on The New Saints in their return fixture at Flint's Cae-y-Castell ground tonight.

The Lakesiders were downed 5-1 in the first meeting, with Chris Seargeant converting a couple of penalties for the high-flying Saints who remain six points clear after reeling off their seventh straight win.

But Bala will look put that result behind them this evening when they return to a Flint ground where they scored five goals against the hosts in the Nathaniel MG Cup just a few weeks back.

Striker Lee Hunt could return for tonight's encounter but defender Anthony Stephens is suspended after being sent off in the first meeting with the Saints.

Stuart J Jones faces a fitness check on a head injury while fellow defender John Irving is still on the sidelines following his shoulder operation.

As well as playing twice in the league in the space of four days, the sides will also meet in the second round of the Nathaniel MG Cup in two week's time.

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Sep 20, 2016
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