MANAGER Richard Dryden would like nothing better than for Worcester City to spoil Barrow's end-of-season party tomorrow (3pm).

The Holker Street side, on an impressive 16-game unbeaten run, need three points to ensure a place in the Blue Square North play-offs.

Barrow currently occupy fifth place but can be caught by Harrogate Town if they fail to pick up three points.

City, in contrast, travel to Cumbria for the second time in four days knowing success can only move them up to 11th in the table at best.

However, Dryden says such a game is the sort of challenge his players should relish.

He said: "These games are what you play football for because there's something massive riding on it, not for us to get in the play-offs but for Barrow.

"There will probably be a couple of thousand watching. It's a game you want to be involved in and be a party pooper. If people go through the motions up there, there's something wrong and they shouldn't be involved in football.

"It's a game where it's going to be hostile, there's going to be a great atmosphere and those are games you are going to remember. That's what footballers live for, a little bit of extra excitement and buzz.

"Everybody is going to hate us up there and we should be loving that. This will probably be one of the games we remember this season. We have got nothing to lose and if we mess up the day for them, that's great."

Giant striker Rory May could earn his first start for City as Dryden waits on the fitness of fellow forwards Matt Dinsmore (groin) and Mark Danks (knee).

Craig Wilding is definitely out as he begins the first of a three-game ban following his red card at Blyth Spartans.

George Clegg is expected to keep his place in midfield, while keeper Chris Sanna will have another chance to impress following his good display against Workington.

Left-back Shabir Khan could also be fit to feature after taking a knock to his knee against Leigh RMI last Saturday.

Boss Dryden said: "When Rory came on against Workington he did well. I think it will be hard work for him to last 90 minutes with the lack of games he's had the last few months.

"I am still a little bit disappointed about the result at Workington. I might have read it wrong but I thought we were the better side in a poor quality game."