Worcester Raiders’ assistant manager Tyrone Henderson admitted his side “will get beat” by Malvern Town on Saturday if they play like they did in the second-half of their 2-1 mid-week league win over Longlevens.

Raiders travel to the HDAnywhere Community Stadium this weekend for their eagerly anticipated FA Cup tie on the back of a second win in three league games in the Hellenic League Premier.

But Henderson was less than impressed with his side’s performance after the break.

"If we play like that second-half we get beat at Malvern at the weekend," he said.

"The second half was very poor considering how well we played the first-half.

"We cannot be doing that, thinking we can play well and get three points. We have to play to the end of the whistle and we were poor.

"Luckily they scored right at the end because I think if the game had gone on any longer we might have drawn like we did Saturday and that has to stop.

"We wanted a clean sheet as we haven’t had one yet this season. Deal with the ball, get rid of it, instead we give them a goal and we are up against it.

"You have to get rid of the mistakes because eventually it will catch us out. We won't be up the top of the table if we make these mistakes. If we keep doing things like that we well get caught out and slip up."

Raiders are yet to keep a clean sheet this season and it is something that is of concern for the coaching staff.

They are not short of goals and Henderson knows if they can sort themselves out at the back, the wins will come.

"We have a fair few different goal scorers in fairness," he added.

"Jordan (Murphy), Joe (Billingham) Rich (Smith) Cam (Walker) Isaac (Cooper), but for me I want us to keep clean sheets because we know we are okay up the other end so if we can sort out those issues then we can win games."