Genero Adran Premier | Midweek Preview

Cardiff City will clinch the Genero Adran Premier title on Wednesday night if they defeat Swansea City at Cardiff International Sports Stadium. 

The second-place Swans currently trail the table-topping Bluebirds by eight points and while Chris Church’s side have one game in hand, they are running out of matches to catch their south Wales rivals. 

Both clubs are yet to drop points in phase two, with Swansea scoring a 92nd-minute winner at the Racecourse on Sunday to defeat Wrexham 3-2. 

Goals from Chloe Chivers and Katy Hosford earned the Swans a 2-0 victory over Cardiff in the capital at the end of phase one – the Bluebirds’ first league defeat in nearly two years – after Molly Kehoe’s goal saw Iain Darbyshire’s team claim a 1-0 win at Llandarcy. 

Wednesday’s crucial derby will be available to watch live on Sgorio’s online platforms and your smart TV. 

The other game in the Championship Conference sees Aberystwyth Town host Wrexham, with both sides yet to pick up a point in phase two. 

Wrexham are on their worst run of form since promotion to the top-flight having lost their last three matches in a row, albeit all against Cardiff City and Swansea City. They need just a point on Wednesday to confirm a third place finish. 

Aberystwyth continue to relish their underdog tag in the top half and held Cardiff to a goalless stalemate for 68 minutes on Sunday before two late goals saw them defeated by the Bluebirds. 

Wrexham won both meetings between the two sides in phase one, coming from behind to triumph 2-1 at Park Avenue before a 1-0 victory at The Rock. 

The New Saints will aim to take a step closer to securing the Genero Adran Premier Plate when they host Pontypridd United. 

Greg Draper’s side ended their nine-match winless run with a 3-1 victory over Cardiff Met on Sunday, which saw them return to the top of the Plate Conference. 

Pontypridd are already relegated but they are aiming to end the campaign on a high and stand as the only unbeaten side in the bottom half in phase two. Goals from Erin Murray and Maddie Williams earned them their first league win of the season against Barry Town United on Sunday. 

TNS triumphed 3-1 in both of their phase one meetings against Pontypridd, with Caitlin Chapman and Izzy Redding scoring on both occasions. 

Barry Town United continue to chase the Plate, as they sit just one point behind TNS with three games remaining. 

Stevie McCarthy-Campbell’s side will aim to bounce back from defeat to Pontypridd on Sunday when they travel to Cardiff Met. 

The Archers, who sit three points behind Barry in the table, saw their three-game unbeaten run ended by a 3-1 defeat to TNS on Sunday. 

Aimee Deacon’s penalty earned a 1-0 win for Barry at Cyncoed in phase one, after the Linnets triumphed 4-2 in the reverse fixture at Jenner Park.

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