CLEE Hill United boss Wayne Whitbread faces a dilemma of whether to stick or twist for this weekend’s massive six-pointer at Herefordshire Premier title rivals Wellington Reserves.

Second-placed Hill are eight points behind leaders Wellington but with four games in hand and Whitbread knows anything but defeat keeps his side in control of their fate.

He said: “A draw wouldn’t be a bad result, defeat would make things pretty difficult but if we win, it makes our job easier.

“It won’t be easy as they are a good side – we’ve played them twice this season and there’s been one goal between us on both occasions.”

United have seen their past two fixtures called off and Whitbread admitted: “We haven’t had the best preparation, not playing for two weeks.”

Among the games that were on last weekend, Tenbury Town lost 7-0 at Malvern Town Reserves in the Premier, while Jake Conod scored twice as Orleton drew 2-2 at Bartestree in Division One.