WORCESTER City's Wiseman Lighting Floodlit Cup semi-final will be played at Claines Lane on Tuesday night providing the pitch is playable.

City's Hellenic League clash with Longlevens was held at Sixways on Saturday due to concerns over the surface at their usual home, but there are no plans to change the venue for Tuesday night's cup tie, despite some rumours amongst fans online.

More rain over the weekend is likely to have impacted the pitch at Claines but there is no more forecast between now (Monday morning) and kick-off on Tuesday (7.45 pm) and the sun over Worcester on Monday is likely to help matters.

There will likely be a pitch inspection but officials at the club have insisted everything will be done to try and avoid another postponement.

The game will provide Chris Cornes' men with, what they will hope, is the first of a series of finals this season. As well as the Floodlit Cup, City remain in the Marsh Challenge Cup and of course the Isuzu FA Vase.

"We will approach the game the same as we approach every game, we want to win," said boss Cornes.

"We have to keep going and for me, Tuesday is about keeping on that wave we are riding right now. 

"We will play as strong a side as we possibly can and by hook or by crook, I want to win the game."

Brimscombe stand in their way on Tuesday, but it's another game where City will be huge favourites to win and win well against a side struggling down in 17th in the Hellenic Premier. City made it 11 wins in a row in all competitions on Saturday thanks to that dramatic 102nd-minute winner over Longlevens at Sixways.

Jordan Lymn's goal in the 12th minute of injury time secured three points that stretched their lead at the summit to three points, with three games in hand remaining on second-placed Corsham.

City were without a number of key players for that win, including the likes of Calvin Dinsley (hamstring), Connor Gater (quad) and Jamie Insall (foot). But manager Chris Cornes was able to welcome back striker Dylan Hart from injury off the bench and defender Elliot Keightley from holiday.

Captain Adam Mace is back from his latest ban and will likely start on Tuesday, whilst Cornes said Dinsley is nearing a return and could be available for some minutes.

Insall (foot) and Gater (quad) not likely to be risked as both still sore.