BLACK Country Rangers believe they must make every game count as the Halesowen based side bid to finish the season in style.

Second placed Rangers are currently enjoying a roll of 13 games unbeaten but that sequence could be put to the test at Wednesfield this weekend.

Secretary Andy Harris insisted: "Wednesfield are one of those sides who work really hard and close you down all the time. They don't give you a minute and we're expecting a really hard game".

Rangers will be without striker Shaquille McDonald who has opted to join Midland League Premier side Coventry United for the remainder of the season.

Harris played down McDonald 's departure and said: "The players have rallied around and the goals have continued to come. We're scoring goals from all over the park at the moment!

Rangers look to progress in the West Midland League Cup next Tuesday when they entertain second from bottom Stone Old Alleynians at The Grove.

But Harris claimed: "We're taking nothing for granted. We drew 1-1 with Stone in the league when they defended as though their lives depended upon it, before catching us on the break. It won't be easy and could be a very interesting game".