KIDDIMINSTER Harriers' National league North fixture with Chester has been postponed due to the hosts not willing to play until the resolution of the league is known.

The National League clubs in all three league's are still waiting to hear how the league season will be finished, if it is at all, with an announcement due later this month.

Clubs were asked to vote on a number of scenarios as to how the campaign could be concluded but in the mean time, certain sides are unwilling to continue playing without any funding.

The government confirmed any funding would be in the form of loans, something that is not a viable option for sides especially in the North and South divisions.

A statement from Chester said that they “will not play any further National League North fixtures until the result of the resolutions is known.”

It's the fourth Harriers game that has been called-off due to the ongoing dispute within the league or pitches failing pitch inspections.