This game sees third place Bangor City take on fourth place Rhyl at the Corbett Sports Stadium.
Rhyl go into this game on a four match unbeaten run where they have beaten Aberystwyth, Cardiff Met, Airbus UK and earning a late draw at Newtown on Saturday.
Lillywhites striker Porya Rio Ahmadi will come up against his former team this Tuesday night. He made the move to Rhyl on deadline day to booster Nial McGuiness’ side’s attacking line.
Rhyl go into this game with a full strength squad.
Bangor will be hoping to get back to winning ways after they were held to a draw at Carmarthen on Saturday.
Bangor will be without Henry Jones after his sending off at Carmarthen on Saturday. Ashley Young will be available again and River Humphreys returns from suspension Sam Hart returned to action in the draw at Carmarthen and will be looking to get some more minutes under his belt.
There will however be a late fitness test for club captain Leon Clowes and loan signing Brayden Shaw remains doubtful for the match.