FLOOD-HIT title-chasers Droitwich Spa have moved their next four home games.

The tenants at Stourport Swifts' Walshes Meadow, which has been submerged by the River Severn, will play the fixtures in Walsall, Malvern and back in Droitwich.

Leaders Spa will host Wolverhampton-based Sikh Hunters on Saturday at West Walsall E-ACT Academy, Primley Avenue, in West Midlands League Division One (3pm).

They entertain Wyrley on Tuesday, March 3, at Malvern Town's HDanywhere Community Stadium (7.45pm).

That will also be the venue for the game with Bustleholme on Tuesday, March 10 (7.45pm).

Spa will return to King George's Playing Fields on Saturday, March 7, for the match with Wellington Amateurs (3pm).

The club's last game was a 3-1 home win over FC Darlaston on February 8 before the flooding at Walshes Meadow.

Meanwhile, Swifts have no home fixture until Saturday, March 7, when they are due to host Racing Club Warwick in the Midland League Cup.

The club are yet to confirm a new venue.