EXPERIENCED striker Delroy Brown is set to miss Barnt Green Spartak's clash with Bromsgrove Rovers Reserves in the Worcestershire Senior Urn semi-finals tonight (Wednesday, 7.45pm kick off).

Brown, so often a key player for Spartak, misses his side's biggest game of the season because of work commitments.

Despite the set back manager GJ Singh has the luxury of being able to recall first team regulars Warren and Lloyd Sewell, Shaun Burrell and Anthony Lewis if he wants to make any changes to the team which defeated West Midlands Police 3-0 in the Midland Combination Premier Division on Saturday.

Singh said: "When you get to a semi-final you always want to go that stage further.

"Rovers are a very good side and they will give us a real test.

"But all the players want to get to the final."

However, there are doubts that the match will be able to go on if the snowy conditions which have hit Worcestershire in the last few days continue.

Bromsgrove and the surrounding areas have been at the mercy of bouts of snow.

Singh said: "The pitch at Alvechurch does have its problems with snow and rain.

"But I'm hoping the match does go ahead as it should be a very good game."

Rovers will bring in goalkeeper Adam Jenkins for his first game, while first team squad member, Scott Hadland, could start the match.

Bromsgrove manager Dave Connell said: "It's a big night for the young lads who have done so well for us this season.

"They're all up for it and are eager to get started."

Connell also wants the game to be played tonight, so he can use striker Craig Thomas.

Thomas starts a 42 day match ban from February 28 and would miss a replay.