Evesham take on lowly Didcot

EVESHAM United host lowly Didcot Town tomorrow (3pm) as they seek to cement a mid-table berth in Calor Southern Football League Division One South and West.

The Robins remain unbeaten in 2014 after a 5-0 victory over Thatcham Town and 1-1 draw at Clevedon Town last Saturday.

It has left them 15th in the table but only four points shy of the top 10 going into the Spiers and Hartwell Jubilee Stadium clash.

Manager Paul Collicutt said: "It's important we can be positive and take the chances that come our way and, if we can do that, hopefully we can go on and win the game.

"A couple of wins can lift you up the league and we are desperate to get back-to-back victories."

United are without defender Dan Watkin (rib) and striker Carl Brown, who damaged his shoulder colliding with an advertising board during the Clevedon draw.

Midfielder Marcus Jackson was sent off for violent conduct but his three-game ban does not start until February 1.

Centre-half Alton Axton has completed his three-match suspension and is back in contention.

Other fixtures: Baker Joiner Midland Alliance: Walsall Wood v Stourport Swifts; Westfields v Kirby Muxloe (both 3pm).

St Mary’s Hospice Midland Combination Premier Division: Pershore Town v Bromsgrove Sporting; Pilkington XXX v Littleton (both 3pm).

Division Two: Badsey Rangers v Barton United; Inkberrow v Leamington Hibernian; Northfield Town v Perrywood (all 2pm).

Reserve Division Two: Fairfield Villa v Droitwich Spa (2pm).

Macron Birmingham Challenge Trophy: Redditch United v Gresley (2pm).

Worcestershire FA Junior Cup semi-finals: Droitwich Spa v Wyre Forest.

West Midlands League Premier Division: Pegasus Juniors v Smethwick Rangers; Shawbury United v Bromyard Town; Sporting Khalsa v Bewdley Town; Wednesfield v Wellington (all 3pm).

Division One: Bartestree v Trysull; Hereford Lads Club v Gornal Athletic Res (both 2pm); St Martins v Ledbury Town (3pm).

Division Two: Malvern Rangers v Warstone Wanderers (2pm).

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