WORCESTER City return to league action this weekend as they look to keep their incredible run of form going into the final 10 games of the Hellenic League Premier campaign.

Chris Cornes' men have not played in the league since the 4-1 win at Westfields three weeks ago, in which time Corsham Town have gone back to the top of the table by a single point.

City now have five games in hand but have progressed in the March Challenge Cup and Isuzu FA Vase, as well as winning the first-leg of their Wiseman Lighting Floodlit Cup since that win at Allpay park on February 27.

Cornes has always stated that the league is the priority and he is looking forward to getting back to it at 10th-placed Hereford Pegasus on Saturday.

"We want to play our league games," he said. "We are going to try and squeeze some extra league games if we can.

"We have five games in hand now and Corsham only have six games left in total. If we can get some of those games won and we can get further in front, the pressure is then on them. 

"They cannot drop points. We have a lot of wiggle room that we are hopeful we won't need.

"Pretty buzzing to get back into league action on the astro on Saturday. We will go there full of confidence and a full strength squad and try and get the job done."

As for Pegasus, they have had a mixed season. They have won and lost 14 games in the 2023/24 campaign, which has included some close games with the likes of Corsham and Fairford Town as well as defeats to Thornbury Town and Cinderford Town.

But most sides tend to turn up with their A game when City arrive and it'll be no different on Saturday.

A win could see Worcester back to the top, providing Corsham don't win at bottom of the league Wantage Town.

City then move on to the second-leg of the Floodlit Cup Final on Wednesday night before another away trip on Saturday to Brimscombe & Thrupp.