TOP of the table Tividale have been forced to find some friendly fixtures in a bid to keep their title charge on track.

The runaway leaders only have nine league games remaining with just two of them scheduled for February.

In an effort to keep his squad sharp, Tivi boss Dave King has lined up games against Midland Premier sides Sporting Khalsa and Stourport Swifts.

Tivi look set to visit Swifts this Saturday.

Dudley Town have reinforced their recent improved form by signing former Hednesford Town and Sporting Khalsa player Matt Martin from local rivals Black Country Rangers.

The Robins have also been boosted behind the scenes with Colin Debney joining the board of directors.

Debney brings a wealth of business and football experience to the Robins.

Dudley Sports have been handed a huge slice of luck after being reinstated back into the Birmingham County Floodlit Cup.

Sports will replace Wednesfield in the competition after the Amos Lane side was found to have fielded an unregistered player in an earlier round.

Fortunate Sports will attempt to make the most of this second chance when they travel to face Midland League One side Atherstone Town in the semi-finals on February 27.

Cradley Town can include 18 year Blues Academy and Under-23 player Lewis Landers in the line-up throughout February.

The teenager has arrived at Beeches View Avenue on a month's work experience deal.

Lander could feature for Cradley Town this Saturday when they visit third placed Wolves Casuals.

Dudley Town entertain Bewdley Town this Saturday while Dudley Sports have a real relegation scrap on their hands when they travel to rock bottom side Pegasus Juniors

Black Country Rangers will be looking to improve on sixth place when they visit next-to-bottom side Pershore Town.