WESTFIELDS were left frustrated after seeing their FA Vase second round fixture against Leicester Nirvana postponed twice in a week due to a waterlogged pitch.

Similar to matches across Herefordshire heavy rain on Saturday led to their first meeting called off.

The tie was re-arranged for Tuesday night when a 3pm inspection by the match-day referee again deemed the pitch unplayable.

The sides are now due to play on Tuesday (November 12) with an 8pm kick-off.

"It has been frustrating having to prepare for the game on Saturday and for them to call it off on the day," said Glover.

"The midweek one was more frustrating with the lads having time off work and then to be told 45 minutes before we leave that the game was off.

"We also had a league fixture planned against Tuffley Rovers which ultimately could have been played.

"It's annoying but the same for both sides and part and parcel of this time of year.

"We thought as a club the sensible thing would have been to play (Tuesday's re-arranged game) on Saturday."

The winner of Tuesday night's game will host United Counties Football League side Lutterworth Town on Saturday, November 30, with the winner claiming £1,125.

Before that, Westfields return league action this weekend when they host second from bottom side Holmer Green, who have the worst goal difference in the league of -26 after 12 games.

Fields will be without midfielder Billy Murphy who starts his ban following a red card against Wellington.

"On one hand the postponements are annoying but on the other it has let us get over a few niggles," added Glover.

"We will prepare right like we do every game and will be in training on Thursday night.

"We will treat them with respect, we don't have easy fixtures.

"Two of our toughest games so far have been against bottom side Brimscombe & Thrupp so we won't underestimate any team."