After a false start to 2021, Moors pick up their National League North season against Hereford on Tuesday evening.
The original game, scheduled on Saturday 31st October 2020, was postponed hours before kick-off following Covid symptoms on the Hereford coach en-route to the ground.
The clash will represent the first meeting between the sides since March, a match which is less remembered for the 4-0 Moors win, but for being the last game a crowd watched a game at The Brewery Field.
Moors will be buoyed following an impressive 3-1 at Gateshead a week ago, while Hereford will be equally optimistic given a strong run of form over the festive period.
A 3-1 win over second place Kidderminster on Boxing Day was followed up with two draws against Leamington and Harriers at Aggborough, meaning The Bulls have left behind their patchy early season form.
Moors could move up to fifth with a win, however, an away victory could potentially see Hereford jump above Tommy Millers’ side in a tight National League North table.