WESTFIELDS are hoping to finish the season on a high note, starting with the visit of rivals Worcester City on Bank Holiday Monday.

Andy Bevan's side will have been without a match for over three weeks by the time they welcome City to Allpay Park.

"It has been really strange and really not great as it loses momentum, said Westfields' manager Bevan.

"We had a game on Friday behind closed doors and have got a friendly this week. We have had the players in for training but you can't replicate playing games.

"We have been struggling with injuries as our goalkeeper Kieron Blackburn has an ankle injury and our other goalkeeper has been away with work."

When the sides met in November Westfields ran out 6-1 winners but Bevan is expecting a tougher game on this occasion.

"That was one of our best performances of the season," added Bevan.

"They will be looking for revenge and they had a good cup win last week in their local final. They are always a difficult outfit."

The match will be given added spice as its Westfields' last home game of the season.

To mark the occasion the Mayor of Hereford, councillor Sue Boulter, will lead out the Westfields team and the Worcester City team will be led out by the Mayor of Worcester.

Bevan is hoping his side for the last three matches, which could include some youngsters due to injuries and work commitments, can impress a large crowd.

"We want to display our style of football which is nice to watch and we are hoping for a big crowd," added Bevan.

"After Worcester we travel to Coventry Sphinx and then the County Challenge Cup final. It's an opportunity for our reserves and young lads to play."