WORCESTER Wolves aim to continue their BBL Championship home momentum on Friday night (7.30pm).

Wolves host Glasgow Rocks at the University of Worcester Arena having seen off Surrey Scorchers 93-75 in the opener.

Rocks look to get off the mark after losing their first league match 88-72 at London Lions earlier this month.

But Wolves go into the game on the back of a double-header defeat last week.

They were pipped 66-63 by visitors Leicester Riders in the BBL Cup semi-finals first leg last Friday before crashing 81-66 at Bristol Flyers in the Championship the following night.

Tonight will be the first time Wolves and Rocks have met this season with the previous meeting in the 2018-19 campaign ending in a thrilling 74-72 win for Worcester in April but Rocks have won the other four most recent clashes.

Recent Wolves signing Amir Williams has brought his experience to the team and earned a place off the bench in the latest BBL All-Star Five.

Meanwhile, Rocks have signed Terrell Vinson, 29, for the rest of the season.

Hailing from Baltimore in the USA, the forward brings a wealth of experience.

Since graduating from the University of Massachusetts in 2013 he has competed in a number of leagues across Europe including in Spain, Romania and Iceland.

Most recently he played with UMFN Njardvik and Grindavik in Iceland.

Wolves head coach Matt Newby said: “We have got to be prepared for yet another physical game on Friday night.

“Last week we went toe-to-toe with Leicester and a couple of possessions affected the outcome of the game at the end.

“Compliments to Bristol who beat us up a little bit. It was a very physical game and we were short on rotation because of injuries.

“We’ve got to go into the Christmas period prepared to fight.”