WORCESTER Raiders has teamed up with non-league guru and broadcaster Tony Incenzo in a bid to attract football enthusiasts from far and wide to a game dedicated to groundhoppers.

The home clash against Shawbury United in West Midlands (Regional) League (WMRL) Premier Division has been shifted to Sunday, December 13 (3pm) at Sixways, 24 hours later than originally planned.

The idea is to allow nomadic fans of football at all levels who like to tick off new venues to get to Raiders’ new home by avoiding the traditional Saturday 3pm slot.

If the current standings are anything to go by it could be a corker with unbeaten Raiders pushed down to third in the table by Shawbury’s fifth win in seven outings in midweek.

Joint-managers Karl Gormley and Chris Cornes will seek to protect that unbeaten record at old adversaries Darlaston Town (1874) tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm).

The rivals had a ding-dong battle for the WMRL Division One title in 2019 which was only settled after the end of the season with Darlo appealing the award of three points to Raiders over an abandoned fixture.