Another memorable season comes to an end tomorrow, and champions Chester have the honour of being the last team ever to visit Worcester City's St. George's Lane ground.
After picking up a point at FC Halifax Town last night, the Blues will be looking to finish on a win that would take their tally for the season to an incredible 107 points. They are certain to finish at least 10 points clear of second-placed Guiseley.
Neil Young has said that he plans to hand teenaged striker Tom Peers his first start for the club, and is somewhat short of senior players, with Paul Linwood remaining sidelined and the Turner twins having returned to Leeds United.
It is sure to be a poignant afternoon, as the Blues say goodbye to the Blue Square Bet North and Worcester bid farewell to their home of 108 years at the end of the all-ticket match. A special commemorative program has been issued for the day, priced at £5.
Although there is nothing riding on the game for the home side, they will want to mark the occasion with a win and finish on a high at the end of a season that started well but has somewhat tailed off for the Loyals.
They showed they could be a handful back in December, when they played their part in an entertaining game at the Exacta Stadium. Eventually, goals from Antoni Sarcevic, Craig Curran, Iain Howard and Matty McGinn saw Chester to a 4-2 win.
Currently positioned 14th, Worcester will finish in the bottom half of the division, but well clear of the bottom three. Largely down to a terrible run of nine straight defeats during February and March, the ground has seen more memorable seasons - not least when Liverpool were knocked out of the FA Cup there in 1958/59. A new ground is in the pipeline, but they will play their home games next season at Aggborough, home of nearby Kidderminster Harriers.
Blues fans must have a ticket to attend the match and see the last game at the ground, as well as the last chance to see their team in competitive action before we take on some familiar names like Lincoln, Luton, Macclesfield, Cambridge, Hereford and (hopefully) Wrexham in the Blue Square Premier next season.