Llanelli set to be reunited with former players for Aberystwyth visit.
LLANELLI will be reunited with a string of former players when they host Aberystwyth tomorrow (2) — but Antonio Corbisiero will not feature for the visitors.
The midfielder left Stebonheath Park for the Seasiders in January in a bid to escape the financial problems that have blighted the Reds' season.
He is ineligible to play this weekend as part of the agreement that took him to Aber, but the likes of Jordan Follows, Wyn Thomas, Stuart Jones and Chris Venables could all line up against their former club.
Llanelli go into the game looking to bounce back from a 4-0 thumping by Bala last Sunday.
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"Tomorrow will now be a massive game for both ourselves and Aberystwyth Town after their 4-3 win on Saturday against Afan Lido," said Reds boss Bob Jeffrey.
"It will also bring an added spice with the visitors having so many former Llanelli players in their ranks.
"Although these players will be out to impress, I hope our fans turn out in numbers to support our present players who will be giving their all to secure a result."
Last weekend's result saw Llanelli slip back to second from bottom in the Welsh Premier League with six games of the season remaining.
Jeffrey has set a target of nine more points to preserve their place in Welsh football's top flight, but they may need far fewer than that.
Rock bottom Afan Lido are 13 points behind the Reds and it could be that one or even no teams are relegated this season depending on whether clubs competing for promotion meet certain criteria.
"It was a bitterly disappointing display against Bala after the promise we had showed in our first three games since the split," added Jeffrey.
"However we can't dwell on the result too much, and must turn our focus to the last six games.
"We played well in patches but were punished for three errors and came up against an in-form Ashley Morris in the Bala Town goal."