MALVERN Town return to action tomorrow when Dudley Town visit the HDanywhere Community Stadium (3pm).

Les Jones’ side will bid to recover from a run of three games without a win.

Their last match was a 4-0 home defeat to Tividale on September 20, their first loss of the West Midlands League Premier Division season, which followed a 2-2 home draw with Black Country Rangers.

Malvern started the winless run with a 4-1 home setback to Smethwick in the FA Vase on September 9.

They have dropped to sixth in the Premier Division after beginning the campaign with six league wins in a row.

But Dudley have struggled to fourth from bottom in the table with two wins and one draw from nine games.

Winger Lewis Platt has returned from Westfields after leaving Malvern for the Midland League Premier Division side in the summer.

Dene Whittal-Williams, Jake Willcox, Shaun Smith and Luke Molloy should return against Dudley while forward Kyonn Evans may be available unless required by Worcester City.

In Division One, 13th-placed Bromyard Town host Allscott tomorrow (3pm).

They beat NKF Burbage 5-4 on penalties in the Smedley Crooke Memorial Cup in midweek after drawing 2-2.

Welland are seventh in Gloucestershire Northern Senior League Division Two after a 3-0 win at Bicknor.

Josh Barnett, David Lawrence and Omar Elmougy scored the goals for Welland who host local rivals Upton Town in the Worcestershire FA Saturday Junior Cup first round tomorrow (2pm).

Upton sit fifth in Cheltenham League Division One with two wins from their only games played in the competition so far this season.

A town derby saw leaders Malvern Vale beat Malvern Vale Academy 7-4 in Division Four.

Both sides received four yellow cards alongside the 11 goals.

Toby Boswell was the first team’s hat-trick hero with Ashley Dallow bagging a brace.

Joe Dallow and Aaron Griffiths were also on target with Alex Berry, Ashley Griffiths, Gavin Hodgkins and Brandon Scaife replying for the ninth-placed academy.

The firsts visit Smiths Athletic Reserves tomorrow while the academy entertain Prestbury Rovers Reserves.

Welland Reserves return to league action at Andoversford thirds.