WORCESTER City have a chance to lift their first piece of silverware for the first time since 2019 on Wednesday night in the second-leg of the Wiseman Lighting Floodlit Cup Final.

City take a 2-1 lead into the second-leg with Roman Glass St George after a brace from Dylan Hart in the first-leg last Tuesday. Alfie Cummings' second-half goal means it is still all to play for on Wednesday.

Worcester News: Dylan Hart celebrates Dylan Hart celebrates (Image: Chris Till)

Worcester's last trophy was five years ago when they beat Studley on penalties to claim the Worcestershire Senior Urn. Two current players were involved that day in the form of winger Liam Lockett and striker Kyonn Evans.

City came from behind twice that night at Evesham United, both goals being scored by the now retired Dave Reynolds.

Worcester News: Worcester City celebrating winning the Worcestershire Senior Urn back in 2019Worcester City celebrating winning the Worcestershire Senior Urn back in 2019 (Image: Worcester City)

It is the first of four potential trophies for Chris Cornes' men this season and whilst it will not be the priority, winning competitions should never be taken for granted and can only maintain the incredible momentum they have.

Manager Cornes admitted the first-leg lacked the intensity of a final, but Wednesday's second-leg should have much more of a cup final feel to it.

"I think both sides agreed it didn't really feel like a final (first-leg). I don't really understand why the league do it this way (two legs), both clubs were in agreement to make it a one off final but it is what it is," he said.

Worcester News: Chris Cornes will be hoping to lift his first piece of silverware as managerChris Cornes will be hoping to lift his first piece of silverware as manager (Image: Worcester City FC)

"But we're 2-1 up on aggregate and we will just keep going and get ourselves ready for the second-leg on Wednesday."

His side made it 17 wins in a row on Saturday to keep their Hellenic League Premier title bid well on track and an 18th (a draw would be good enough) will bring some silverware back to the trophy cabinet, which is nothing to be sniffed at.

But Roman Glass showed in the game last week that they can be a threat and so this tie remains very much on a knife edge.

The Worcester News will bring you all the action on our matchday live-blog that will be updated on our website throughout the day and into the evening.