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Colwyn Bay 0 Worcester City 3
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Corner from Tom Thorley is easily cleared but City have this wrapped up.
SUB. City (89 mins). Matt Birley replaces Greg Mills.
SUB. Colwyn Bay (88 mins). Barry Hogan on for Luke Denson.
GOAL. City (87 mins). Symons sets Taylor free and he scores with virtually his first touch.
SUB. City (85 mins). Michael Taylor comes on for Danny Glover.
GOAL. City (82 mins). Free kick from Mills is headed back across goal by Symons and Graham Hutchison nods it home.
City are getting ready to bring on Michael Taylor.
Free kick from Mills is whipped in, Sanna swats the ball away.
A sixth corner for the home side. The bal finds its way to the back post where Frank Sinclair just fails to connect.
A cross from the right falls to sub Holden but he volleys over the top.
SUB. Colwyn Bay (72 mins). Luke Holden on for Danny Lloyd.
Corner from Mills is a bit of a waste.
A second goal would really help City here. Obvious I know but true nonetheless.
Colwyn Bay growing in confidence, City need to be careful.
Sean Williams dribbles his way to the edge of the box and then a plants the ball firmly over the bar.
Whitehead launches the ball forward and finds Symons in an offside position.
SUB. Colwyn Bay (56 mins): Matt Berkeley on for Tom Roberts.
Symons plays the ball across the box and Glover almost back heels it into the net.
Mills links up with Symons before firing high and wide.
Elvins plays a short back pass, Rob Hopley nips in but Thompson clears the danger.
Lloyd sends in a cross, Mike Symons clears. The striker doing his bit defensively.
The floodlights have come on and suddenly everything is easier to see!
Second half starts.
Shot from Lloyd is clawed past the post by Thompson. The keeper gathers the corner.
There are a few robust tackles going in, not helped by a slippery surface.
Patterson and Luke Denson collide and that will result in a drop ball.
Corner from Mills is headed clear. A second flag kick is glanced away.
Roberts sends in a shot straight at Thompson. Hosts looking for immediate response.
GOAL. City (37 mins): Kyle Patterson gathers the ball and curls a delightful shot over the keeper into the top corner.
Mills delivers a free kick from the right, easily dealt with by the hosts.
Mills sits up a cross in the six yard box, keeper gathers.
Not much in terms of chances but both sides seeing plenty of the ball.
Thompson tips over from Lloyd for a corner. City clear.
Mike Symons shoots straight into the chest of keeper Chris Sanna. good chance.
Glyn Thompson forced to punch the ball off the head of Sean Williams.
Danny Lloyd fires wide from distance.
Bursting run from Tom Roberts is stopped by a strong Rob Elvins challenge.
Shot from Greg Mills finds Glover, he puts the ball in the net but the offside flag is up.
Danny Glover goes down in the box but the referee is not interested.
The hosts have an air of confidence about them but City dealing with the threat.
Colwyn Bay doing the early attacking.
Game kicks off
Due to technical issues beyond my control, updates may be few and far between today but I will try to bring you what news I can.
Glyn Thompson returns in goal for City and Greg Mills is back in place of Matt Breeze.
Tyler Weir is passed fit to play after having stitches removed from a knee injury. Graham Hutchison plays his last game before the end of his loan spell from Birmingham.
Jacob Rowe is out with a knee injury so Stuart Whitehead comes back in. Ashley Sammons has not travelled with the team.
Worcester City: Thompson, Weir, Deeney, Thorley, Whitehead, Hutchison, Patterson, Elvins, Symons, Glover, Mills. Subs: Taylor, M Breeze, Ayres, Birley, Sargeant.
Colwyn Bay: Sanna, Denson, Lea, Sinclair, R Williams, S Williams, Evans, McKenna, Hopley, Roberts, Lloyd. Subs: Berkeley, Higan, J Breeze, Holden, Meadowcroft.
Referee: Andy Scregg (Liverpool).