Bedworth United hope their pitch at The Oval will be fit enough
for them to play Evesham tomorrow.
Manager Billy Hollywood says:
"The groundsman was able to get on to the pitch on Thursday for the first time
since Saturday and he has managed to roll it flat. But the match depends on how much rain
we get before Saturday"
Hollywood hopes to unveil a new face in his team tomorrow.
"I am hoping to sign a front runner if we can get all the paperwork settled. He
will go straight into the team if we are successful in getting our man."
Meanwhile United are still without Robbie Beard, who is visiting relatives in New
Zealand, and there are still some concerns over Simon Black. He needed seven stitches in a
deep knee wound which then became infected.
Influential midfielder Johnny Halford starts a three match suspension tomorrow after
being sent off. Next weekend Bedworth travel to the seaside to play Weston-super-Mare.