WORCESTER City will be hoping to complete a 100% winning record in all competitions in October this weekend when they play Sleaford Town in their rearranged first-round FA Vase clash at Claines Lane.

The original tie was postponed last week due to the weather but Chris Cornes' men should get their chance to play for a spot in the second round on Saturday.

They have so far won all five of their games this month, in which they have also scored at least three goals in each, a run which has seen also them go top of the Hellenic League Premier.

Tuesday's 4-0 win at Division One side Calne Town in the Floodlit Cup was City's seventh straight victory in all competitions and aside from that 2-0 defeat at Leek Town in the FA Cup and the 2-2 draw with Rugby Borough in the Vase qualifier (which they won 5-4 on penalties), Cornes' men have won 13 of their last 15 games in total.

It's fair to say all the momentum is with City and Cornes is now wanting his side to take their form into Saturday's Vase clash.

"You don't always get that many chances in big cup games like these," he said. 

"It would have been nice to have played the game last week but that's the nature of the beast with the weather.

"But it's a game we are really looking forward to and we got some good minutes into some of the older lads ahead of Saturday in mid-week.

"Those older guys, when they have minutes in their legs they are bang at it, but when we have gone 10 days without a game, they tend to get a bit leggy so I am buzzing that we managed to get some minutes into those lads on Tuesday (4-0 cup win at Calne). 

"We are in a good place and we need to just keep moving forward and taking every game as it comes.

"If you lose games at any level, it stops momentum and you can't let that happen."

And you would make City favourites to go on and get their eighth straight win in all competitions on Saturday.

Sleaford have struggled of late, losing three of their last four games, including three league losses in a row. They shipped five goals away at Melton Town in mid-week and Lincoln Town put seven past them two weeks ago.

Worcester have only lost once at home this season in any competition and have failed to win on just two occasions (vs Westfields in the league and Rugby Borough in the last round of the Vase), so you would not want to be betting against them right now.