WESTFIELDS manager Andy Bevan says that his side are 'hungry' for an Edgar Street final as they prepare for a HFA County Challenge Cup semi-final showdown with Kingstone Rovers on Friday night.

Fields saw their game postponed last Saturday and played their last competitive game on January 19 when they beat Boldmere St Michaels 6-0.

Despite challenging for league honours Bevan says that his side are also focused on cup success after knocking out holders Hereford FC in the first round.

"It's always a real pain as we won 6-0 and then haven't had a game since," said Westfields manager Andy Bevan.

"We always said that we would see where we were with 10 games remaining and we are in the thick of it.

"The top four have got to play each other like we are playing Walsall Wood in a couple of weeks.

"It's starting to take shape.

"Some of the lads will be playing three games in just over a week with the HFA Centenary match but it is good to get the boys back playing.

"We put a strong side out against Wellington in the last round and want to respect the competition.

"We want to go out full guns blazing and want to get through. We also want to get back to winning ways and continue where we finished as it has been a month since our last game.

"If we can get to final it is a reward and in my three years we haven't got there. We are definitely hungry to get through to the final."

The game was initially scheduled for Saturday afternoon but was moved to Friday due to player availability.

"Kingstone were struggling to get a team as a few of their lads were away so we moved the game forwards to a Friday," added Bevan.

"We want them to be competitive even if there will be a few less in the crowd on a Friday night."

The other semi-final will see Pegasus Juniors face Bartestree at Old School Lane on Tuesday, February 26.

Bartestree pulled off an upset in their quarter-final clash by knocking out Lads Club on penalties.

Miles Langford opened the scoring for the Tree before Tom Bendall doubled their lead.

Lads Club came back into the tie pulling a goal back before equalising only for the visitors to take the victory on penalties