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- City unchanged from the 2-1 win at Histon
- 1-0: Nti 69 mins
- 2-0: A Williams 80 mins
- 2-1: Ellison 90+1 mins
This is more nervous than it needed to be.
Colwyn Bay 90+1 mins: James Ellison scores from the spot.
City 90+1 mins: Graham Hutchison for what we think is handball. Either way, it's a penalty.
City 89 mins: Tyler Weir for foul on Danny Taylor.
The visitors are pressing for a way back into this game.
Sub. City 82 mins: Richard Taundry replaces Daniel Nti.
City 80 mins: Moore squares the ball to Aaron Williams in the box, he takes a touch and slams the ball into the roof of the net.
City 79 mins: Ethan Moore for foul on Sanna.
Worcester completely dominating at the moment.
Brown's cross is headed into the net by Aaron Williams but the offside flag spoils the party.
Aaron Williams bursts forward and has a shot saved by Sanna.
City 69 mins: Brown's free-kick is spilled by the keeper and Daniel Nti bundles the ball home.
Sub. City 68 mins: Graham Hutchison on for Richard Munday.
Colwyn Bay 68 mins: Gareth Evans for foul on Ebby Nelson-Addy.
Munday needs treatment for a blood injury and will also have to change his shirt. City down to 10 men at the moment.
Sub. Colwyn Bay 66 mins: Former Kidderminster Harriers midfielder Jamie Tolley replaces Jamie Crowther.
Deeney's corner is headed clear.
Sub. City 59 mins: Ethan Moore replaces Kristian Ramsey-Dickson. Can City's top scorer make a difference?
Tame shot from Marc Williams is easy for Veiga.
Worcester putting pressure on their visitors.
Kristian Ramsey-Dickson takes advantage of a defensive slip but Sanna is out to smother his effort.
Cross from Jamie Crowther claimed by Veiga.
Fierce free-kick from Royle is saved by Veiga. That came about after the keeper had been penalised for taking the ball out of his area at a goal kick. Veiga booked.
That corner is tipped behind by Veiga for a third successive flag kick, which is then held by the home keeper.
Colwyn Bay corner lands in the box, the ball is prodded forward in a crowd of bodies and comes off Deeney for another flag kick.
Some desperate defending from City.
Volley from Jonathan Royle is well wide for the visitors.
Corner from Deeney hits the boot of Richard Munday and goes wide. Much better from Worcester.
Brown's header is saved by Sanna and the headed rebound from Aaron Williams headed off the line by Smyth.
Nti flashes a shot wide following a good run. Best effort for a while.
The driving rain has returned which isn't going to improve matters on the pitch. Poor game so far.
Free-kick Tom Smyth goes straight through to Veiga.
Ebby Nelson-Addy can't keep hold of the ball in midfield. Example of some poor passing from the hosts.
Shot from James Ellison is straight at Veiga.
Rain and blustery conditions not helping the quality.
Free-kick from Sean Williams is over hit and goes wide.
Gareth Evans goes down in the penalty area but referee Rob Elis waves play on. It's fair to say Bay boss Frank Sinclair doesn't agree.
Sean Williams needs treatment following a 50-50 challenge with Nti.
Cross from George Williams is cleared by the visitors.
Colwyn Bay doing most of the attacking at present.
Aaron Brown making a nuisance of himself with his aerial power.
Jose Veiga's clearance is charged down by Marc Williams and his shot is cleared off the line by George Williams.
Cross from Nti is met by Aaron Williams but he is off balance.
George Williams tries from distance again, this time his effort is way over.
Corner from Ellis Deeney, Daniel Nti glances a header wide.
Fierce drive from George Williams is pushed wide by Chris Sanna.
Worcester are unchanged from the team that won 2-1 at Histon last weekend.
Captain Graham Hutchison is back among the substitutes following injury.
Worcester City: Veiga, G Williams, Weir, Grimes, Munday, Brown, Nti, Deeney, Ramsey-Dickson, Nelson-Addy, A Williams. Subs: Taundry, Moore, Leslie, D Williams, Hutchison.
Colwyn Bay: Sanna, Taylor, Lea, Royle, Smyth, Crowther, Evans, S Williams, Hopley, M Williams, Ellison. Subs: Pearson, Moss, Baker, Tolley, Watson.
Referee: Rob Ellis (West Midlands).