PERSHORE Town beat the meanest defence in the top 10 tiers of English football in a 1-1 home draw with Wolverhampton Casuals.

The fourth-placed Cassies have now shipped just seven goals in 21 West Midlands Football League Premier Division outings.

Pershore are seventh after Sam Clark scored in Tuesday's draw after netting a brace in last Saturday's 2-1 win at Bilston Town including a 90th-minute winner.

That was Town’s first win since new manager Stewart Watkins took over from Les Jones who became director of football at the start of February.

Pershore entertain AFC Bridgnorth on Saturday while Littleton hope to return to action after postponements at home to Bilston (both 3pm) and then Wednesfield visit on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Meanwhile, Evesham United's game at Highworth Town last Saturday was off due to a waterlogged pitch.

The Robins host Bristol Manor Farm in Southern League Division One South on Saturday (3pm).