Bedworth on Tuesday night face Halesowen again after already facing them twice this season both home and away in the FA Cup.
Halesowen have had a good start to the season having won 4 of their first 6 games in the league and having reached the round of the FA Cup after beating XX on Saturday. Halesowen in the previous games have been a physical well organised team who pass the ball well.
Stu Storer will have a full squad to pick from with the only absentee being Tom Sharpe who is still out injured with a knee issue. Bedworth will be looking for a repeat performance of the home cup tie where they battled to a 1-1 draw and were unlucky not to win in the last few minutes. Bedworth need to look at emulating the games they have played away at Thame and the first half at Barton Rovers. Finding ourselves in the bottom 3 so early on in the season is not where we wanted to be but with a game in hand on a lot of teams around us a victory will put us firmly back into mid table looking upwards.