WORCESTER City could pencil in a Thursday home fixture with available dates at the Victoria Ground dwindling away.

Saturday’s clash with Long Eaton United fell victim to the weather along with the rest of the Midland Football League programme, leaving City with a tricky end-of-season schedule.

John Snape’s men still have 14 league matches to play, seven of which are at home with landlords and title rivals Bromsgrove Sporting still to play nine fixtures at their headquarters.

The only free Tuesdays remaining are April 3 and 17, the former falling little more than 24 hours after City play a Bank Holiday Monday fixture at home to Westfields with the latter taken up by a trip to Stourport Swifts.

In tonight’s Premier Division fixtures, Swifts travel to AFC Wulfrunians in the first of 18 league fixtures they need to cram in between now and Saturday, April 28.

Pershore Town will hope to heap more misery on visitors Bolehall Swifts in Division One.

Bolehall head to Worcestershire on the back of nine straight defeats, eight of which have been in the league. Elsewhere, Littleton journey to Cadbury Athletic.

In the Southern League Premier Division, leaders Hereford’s trip to rock-bottom Gosport Borough is the subject of a pitch inspection (all 7.45).