WILL the Lakesiders like to be by the seaside?

The answer will be forthcoming this Friday evening.

Looking for another JD Welsh Premier League win to strengthen their position in the top-four, Bala Town will head to lowly Llandudno on Friday evening.

Town go into the contest on the back of an excellent 3-0 home triumph versus Cardiff Met last weekend.

"It was a good win and they're a very good side," said Bala boss Colin Caton.

"I thought it was a very good result for us on the day.

"I think we are starting to string a few results together."

Things are tight in the upper reaches of the table, with just five points separating leaders Connah's Quay and fourth-placed Bala.

Looking at the current league table position, Caton added: "Everyone always says we are bad starters.

"I'm happy to be just three points behind TNS after 13 games."

Although Llandudno currently lie 11th in the standings, Caton won't be taking anything for granted on Friday.

"Every game is tough," he added.

"Whether you play teams in the top, middle, or bottom, they're all similar.

"We have got to be at the races in every game."

Bala will be close to full strength for their trip to Llandudno, although Rob Pearson is unavailable due to a knee ligaments injury.

Caton is hoping Pearson will be available for selection once more before the end of the month.