MANAGER Ashley Vincent has no injury concerns heading into Worcester City's derby date with Stourport Swifts tomorrow (Monday, 3pm).

City play a third match in seven days looking to put behind them a 4-0 defeat at Long Eaton United in the league and yesterday’s 1-0 FA Cup loss at Heather St John’s.

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“We have a fully-fit squad,” said Vincent.

“Adam Osbourne and Colin Smith were not in the 18 on Saturday but neither were for fitness reasons and they come back into contention.

“When you have two games in three days you always look at minor strains and muscle soreness in between but in terms of injuries it is a clean bill of health and we have a good 20 players to choose from.”

Vincent made five changes to his starting XI between the Long Eaton and Heather clashes and will consider more tinkering for the Bank Holiday Monday showdown.

“We have lost two games in a row so there could be no arguments if we changed things but by no means are we panicking,” he added.

“I am desperate for the boys to get the rewards for what they have been putting in so we will keep working hard in training and in games to give them the bits of information that will help them that extra two or three per cent.”