PERSHORE Town tackle the meanest defence in the top 10 tiers of English football tonight when Wolverhampton Casuals visit the Community Stadium (7.45).

The Cassies have shipped just six goals in 20 West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division outings and sit in the fourth and final promotion spot with games in hand on most around them.

Hitting the top four looks a long shot for Pershore, now seventh after Sam Clark’s 90th-minute winner bagged a precious three points at Bilston Town on Saturday.

It was Town’s first win since new manager Stewart Watkins took over from Les Jones who became director of football at the start of February. Pershore trail Casuals by 10 points with nine games remaining.

Division One leaders Droitwich Spa hope to keep shrugging off the disruption caused by flooding by bagging an eight-point cushion at the summit.

Spa take on Wyrley, one of the few teams to halt their progress this season at Malvern Town (7.45).

December’s reverse fixture ended in a 1-1 draw, one of four to date for a Droitwich side unbeaten in the league since being scalped by Old Wulfrunians on the opening day.

Their last defeat came against Lye Town in the FA Vase on November 2 with 10 wins and 48 goals registered in the league since.

Hereford’s quest for a first win under interim manager Josh Gowling continues with a trip to National North leaders York City (7.45).

Draw specialists Stourport Swifts head to Highgate United in Midland Football League Premier Division (7.45).

Quentin Townsend’s side has shared the spoils in four matches in a row.

In Southern League Premier Division Central, returning boss Ian Long knows he will need to revive Alvechurch’s fortunes quickly.

Second-bottom Church head to Biggleswade Town (7.45) searching for a first win since New Year’s Day, which came against rock-bottom Redditch United.

The Lye Meadow outfit has taken just one point from 10 matches since but would shuffle back above St Ives in the standings with a maximum haul tonight.

Long went back to his old stomping ground days after being sacked by league rivals Stourbridge, the club he left Church for over the summer.

Westfields has captured the signing of winger Sirdic Grant.

The former Hartpury College student previously impressed for Fields and Hereford before returning to Ghana.

The winger has now returned to the UK and penned terms with the Hellenic League Premier Division title chasers.

Fields travel to Bromyard Town in the Herefordshire County Challenge Cup tonight (7.45).