This Saturday Alvechurch welcome Bedworth United to Lye Meadow for an Evo-Stik central Premier League fixture. Here is everything you need to know about the game.
How have both teams been playing?
With last weeks late postponement at Kings Lynn Town it means that Alvechurch would not have played a game for two weeks, with last Tuesday's game against Leiston also being postponed. The lack of games have seen them fall out the play-off places, but they are on a five game unbeaten run, in which they have won four of them, and do have a game in hand on their play-off rivals. The club was also given a boost with the management trio of Ian Long, Richard Colwell, and Chris Walwyn all signing a year long extension at the club in the week.
Bedworth meanwhile sit bottom of the table, a huge 13 points from safety, with only two wins this season. Their recent run has been inconsistent with the club picking up a good wins against Redditch United and St Neots Town as well as a good away point away to Tamworth, but also suffered five defeats in those eight games.
What was the score when these side's last met?
Alvechurch ran out 2-0 winners when these two side's last met; with Dave Bellis and Mitch Botfield scoring the goals.
What time is kick-off?
Kick-off is at 3pm.
How much are tickets?
Tickets are £10 for adults, £7 for seniors, £5 for students with ID and people aged 13-17, and free for under 13's.