WORCESTER City's Midland Football League Premier Division hosts tonight have a reputation for high-scoring encounters this season.

There have been 32 goals in the first four matches involving Long Eaton United including a 6-4 loss at AFC Wulfrunians on Saturday.

Experienced forward David Kolodynski bagged a hat-trick for United who previously thrashed Coventry Sphinx 6-2 and are 10th in the table.

Sixth-placed City will have to keep out their hosts when they travel to Grange Park (7.45pm).

But Ashley Vincent's Worcester side can boast three wins in a row after losing the opener 4-3 at Newark Flowserve.

City beat South Normanton Athletic 1-0 and then Boldmere St Michaels 3-0 on Saturday with the victories sandwiching a 4-1 FA Cup triumph over lower-ranked Stone Old Alleynians.

Long Eaton have also hammered Bottesford Town 8-2 in the FA Cup and drawn 2-2 with promoted Racing Club Warwick.

Kolodynski, who proved particularly clinical in his spells at Rugby Town, will be one to watch.

But Niall Towle has also been among the goals with two hauls of four against Sphinx and Bottesford.

Stourport Swifts head to Sphinx tonight (7.45pm) looking to build on three league and cup wins so far.