The Southern League Premier Central play-off semi-final between Stourbridge and Alvechurch has been moved to Thursday night.
The Southern League announced earlier today that both semi-finals would take place on Friday.
The two ties, which were due to be played tonight, were postponed yesterday after it was revealed Stratford were under investigation by the FA for allegedly fielding an ineligible player. It is still unclear whether King’s Lynn Town will be hosting Stratford or Coalville Town on Friday night.
Meanwhile, Stourbridge against Alvechurch has been changed to Thursday night.
“After several hours of discussions between ourselves and The Southern League we have received confirmation that our fixture against Alvechurch will take place on Thursday, 2nd Mayat The War Memorial Ground, Amblecote, Stourbridge with a 7.45pm kick-off,” a statement from Stour read.
“We are relieved that a common sense approach has finally been taken and we would like to thank the Southern League Board for their decision.
“We wish to express our grateful thanks to Stourbridge Cricket Club for their co-operation at short notice.
“We hope the vast majority of you will still be able to attend the match on the revised date.
“We look forward to the game and we hope everyone will have an enjoyable evening.”