DELIGHTED boss Andy Preece has issued a rallying call to Worcester City supporters ahead of tonight's re-arranged crunch clash against Moor Green (7.45).

Following Saturday's excellent 2-0 win at Barrow, Preece is demanding the biggest attendance of the season at St George's Lane.

City can rocket up to sixth in Nationwide North -- one place below the play-offs -- with victory over Midlands rivals Moors. And Preece reckons his side can pull off back-to-back wins with the support of a noisy and expectant crowd.

"Fingers crossed, we must get a big crowd against Moor Green," said Preece.

"People have got to get behind us. This could be the biggest game of the season. I said that a couple of weeks ago before we were due to play them.

"This is a massive game for us and we need to get at least 1,300 or 1,400 through the gate. If we could get to 1,500, with the crowd really getting behind the players, they could make the difference at the end of the day.

"It was just over 1,000 against Redditch last Monday and I was disappointed with that. I'll be more disappointed if we don't get more tomorrow, especially after beating Barrow.

"If we can beat Moor Green after picking up three points at Barrow, that would be fantastic.

"We are in a great position again, so if people want us to get to the play-offs, don't wait until the last two games of the season to come out and support us. Get us going now."

Only four points will divide Worcester and fifth-placed Droylsden if Preece's in-form side come out on top.

The City player-manager added: "Back-to-back wins moves you a mile. If we win, it will take us a few places and give us a real shout at the play-offs."

Worcester are expected to field the same side that snapped up three points in south Cumbria.

Mark Dank -- scorer of a brace at Holker Street, taking him to nine goals in 11 starts -- makes his penultimate appearance before starting a three-game ban.

He required six stitches to his lip after being elbowed by Bluebirds' Graham Anthony. he also played through a slight heel and ankle injury.

Adam Webster is also carrying a thigh niggle, while an X-ray confirmed that fellow striker Leon Kelly has severely bruised his right foot, following initial fears that it was broken in training.