HEREFORD United will be looking for swift revenge when Chester City come to Edgar Street in the Nationwide Conference on New Year's Day (3pm).

Chester beat the Bulls 2-1 on Boxing Day, and Graham Turner's men desperately need the points to revive their flagging title challenge.

They will also be looking for a much-needed boost at home, where they have drawn eight of their 12 Conference matches this season.

Turner is keen for the game to be played as the Bulls are expecting one of their biggest crowds of the season. "We desperately need it to go ahead from a revenue point of view."

Both sides will be hoping for victory when Evesham United entertain Bromsgrove Rovers in the Dr Martens League Western Division (7.30).

Evesham are looking to keep up their promotion push, while Rovers are desperately trying to claw away from relegation danger.

Robins boss Phil Mullen was formerly in charge at Rovers, while players Steve Taylor and Matt Pendleton will be taking on former clubs, as will Rovers skipper Quentin Townsend.

Redditch United look to edge closer to the promotion places when they take on Rugby Town at the Valley Stadium (2pm).

In the Midland Combination Premier Division, Pershore Town have an important home clash with fellow high-flyers Studley BKL (2.45).

Other games, Division One: County Sports v Fairfield (2pm). Division Two: Archdales v Enville, Droitwich Spa v Barnt Green Spartak, Wilmcote v County Sports Res (all 2pm). Division Three: Fernhill Heath v Alvechurch Res (2pm).