This Saturday Alvechurch welcome Rushall Olympic to Lye Meadow in league action. Here is everything you need to know about the game.
How have both teams been playing?
Alvechurch come into the game just one place and two points off the play-off place; with Tuesday night's 2-2 draw with Stratford Town extending their unbeaten run to four games. Out of those four games Church have won three of them and Tuesday was the first time in three games that they had conceded a goal. Ash Carter will be missing due to suspension but manager Ian Long will be boosted by the returns of Dave Bellis and Jamie Willets from suspension and injury.
Rushall also come into this game in good form; like Church being unbeaten in four games and winning three of those games, with victories over Barwell and Leiston in the league and a cup victory over Hednesford Town. This run of form has seen Rushall rise up to 14th place in the table and they will be knowing that if they can keep up this form to the end of the season then they could steal a play-off place.
What was the score when these two side's last met?
Alvechurch won the last meeting between the two side's in dramatic fashion in November; with Kieron Cook scoring the winner with a minute left on the clock. Before that Mitch Botfield had seen his 25 yard free-kick cancelled out by an Ashley Sammons goal.
Who are both side's top goalscorers?
Kieron Cook and Josh March are Alvechurch's top goalscorers with seven goals each this season.
Meanwhile, Rushall's top goalscorer is Danny Waldron with seven goals as well this season.
What time is kick-off?
Kick-off is at 3pm.
How much are tickets?
Tickets are priced at £10 for adults, £7 for seniors, £5 for juniors (aged 13-17) and students (with ID) and free for under 13's.