THE busy second half of the season is beginning to look rather chaotic for Worcester City following another postponement on Saturday.

City's Hellenic League Premier clash with Royal Wootton Bassett Town was called off due to a frozen pitch in Swindon, meaning the game will be pushed back into the latter stages of the season.

With Chris Cornes' men still in the two cup competitions and the last 16 of the Isuzu FA Vase, City are already facing two games a week for the remaining months of the 2023/24 campaign and will now have to find space to squeeze in the rearranged game with Bassett.

Saturday's hosts were in fine form heading into the planned fixture, losing just one of their last 10 in the Hellenic Premier, a run that has seen them enter the conversation for the title.

But City were in similarly good form, still with just one defeat all season in the league, as well as dropping just two points on their travels.

But neither were able to build on their recent runs after the pitch failed a 10.30 am inspection that found the ground still frozen following an overnight frost.

City will next be in action on Tuesday night with a short trip to local rivals Pershore Town in the Challenge Cup, before returning to league action on Saturday away at Slimbridge.

City will then return to The Swans three days later in the quarter-finals of the Wiseman Lighting Floodlit Cup, making it three games in seven days for Cornes' charges.