CITY are back in league action this weekend, with Wolverhampton Casuals the new opponents at Claines Lane.

The club is back in Midland Premier League action at 3pm on Saturday, with last weekend's hard-fought draw at Stourport driving the side on to better.

Manager Tim Harris described that clash as "a real tough battle" with City looking to continue the recent good form which has seen them pick up seven points out of the last nine on offer.

Saturday's game is a clash of two in-form teams, with Wolverhampton having picked up three wins and a draw from their last five.

City sit in 5th place in the league, three points behind AFC Wulfrunians and a single point off Lichfield City.

Those two teams play each other this weekend, handing City the chance to seize the initiative.

Wolverhampton are in 17th place, sitting just above 18th place Haughmond, who are four points behind.

City travel to Haughmond on the final day of the season, setting up an interesting climax to the season.

For City, left-back Sam Whitton is out for the season after being diagnosed with a stress fracture to his tibia.

He was diagnosed after pulling up in the warm-up at Stourport and is the sixth broken bone in the squad this season.

James Douglas also faces a late fitness test having taken a knock in the closing stages at Swifts, while Chris Withington returns after finishing a work trip to the United States.

He is joined by Craig Jones, who returns after illness and Jude Hill has recovered from a groin injury.