WORCESTER City will return to Sixways for a 'home' league game for the second time this season next week.

City will take on Roman Glass St George in the Hellenic League Premier at the 11,000-seater stadium due to ongoing issues with rain at their Claines Lane home.

Worcester beat Longlevens in stoppage time at Sixways in February and have also played three 'home' games at Malvern Town this campaign due to waterlogged pitches at Claines.

City's first-leg of the Isuzu FA Vase semi-final with Great Wakering Rovers at Claines Lane was postponed for the same reason on Saturday and with the forecast showing more rain is to come, the club have moved the game to Sixways in order to prevent further delays to their title charge.

Chris Cornes' men are four wins away from clinching the league title, needing just 11 more points.

And with that in mind, postponements only delay their chances of wrapping things up and securing the second leg of their quadruple in 2023/24.