ORLETON Colts boss Kristian Morgan is hoping his side can chalk up back-to-back wins and climb clear of the foot of the Herefordshire County League Premier Division table.

And Saturday’s match at fellow strugglers Tenbury Town would be the perfect time to pick up what would be just their second league win of the season.

“Our problem is that we have been struggling to get a consistent team out each week,” Morgan explained.

“Hopefully the players will be up for this one though as it is a derby game.

“We’ve only won once in the league so could do with two or three victories on the bounce to put us up the table.

"We’ve drawn our last two and I know we’re not far away.”

Tenbury United are also in Premier Division action as they head to third-placed Fownhope looking to stretch their unbeaten league run to six games.

In Division One, Orleton Colts Reserves welcome Ludlow Town Colts to the Recreation Ground with just two points separating the sides.

Elsewhere in the division, Woofferton will be hoping to win at Ewyas Harold Reserves to keep the pressure on leaders Kingstone Rovers.