WORCESTER City make the short trip to Stratford Town tomorrow (3pm) for the latest stage of their pre-season programme.
Manager Carl Heeley will be looking for his players to impress against the newly-promoted Southern League Division One South and West side at the DCS Stadium.
Goals will be the order of the day following 3-0 defeats to both Wolves under 21s and Birmingham City's development squad.
With the Blue and Whites also due to send a team to Bewdley Town tomorrow (3pm), a mixture of first-team players, trialists and youth team personnel are expected to be split between the fixtures.
That was the case last weekend with keeper Jose Veiga playing in the youth team's 2-1 victory at Coventry Sphinx.
Meanwhile, former players from City and Hereford United will play a match at Malvern Town's HDanywhere Community Stadium on Sunday, August 3 (2pm), to raise funds for both club's supporters' trusts.
City's side will feature Heeley and assistant Matt Gardiner, while keeper Wayne Brown, defender Tony James and striker Trevor Benjamin will line-up for United.
Admission will be by donation to either trust.