Manager Billy Hollywood says both clubs will be heartily
sick of the sight of each other at the end of the season.
"We play VS six times this season," he says. "We play them twice in the
Dr Martens League, twice in the league cup and twice in the Senior Cup. There will not be
much we don't know about each other after that."
Hollywood took the opportunity to run the rule over VS when they played Hinckley United
in midweek and he said:
"They are a capable outfit who can upset any team on their day."
Bedworth have some injury problems going into the weekend. John Halford, who turned
down a move to Hinckley United, Steve Brown and Lee Dallison are all doubtful starters.
Halford turned down more than double the money he is paid at Bedworth when he rejected
"I had a long chat with John," says Holly wood. "I could not offer him
any more money and I certainly could not match Hinckley's offer, but I told him that this
club needed him more."
United are also without two key players through suspension against Moor Green. Paul
Corden and Robbie Beard both miss one match through going over the limit for bookings.
Their places are expected to go to Mark Roach and Christy McKenzie.