After a quiet couple of nights, there are five matches scheduled for tonight featuring Midland Football League interest and all five matches take place in different competitions.
The only Midland Football League game scheduled takes place in Division 1 where in-form OJM Black Country welcome Smethwick Rangers. Can Smethwick stop the OJM Black Country winning machine? OJM have now won an amazing eleven matches in a row!
In the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup, Division 1 side Wednesfield travel to West Midlands Regional League side Gornal Athletic, whilst in the Birmingham Senior Cup, Midland Football Premier Division side Studley travel to step 3 opposition in Southern League Premier Division Central club Hednesford Town.
The Worcestershire FA Senior Invitational Cup sees Midland Football League Premier Division versus Midland Football League Division 1 as Bewdley Town welcome Droitwich Spa to Ribbesford Meadows. Finally, in the JW Hunt Cup, Division 1 side Bilston Town host Continental Star from Division 3.
Tonight's scheduled fixtures (kick-offs 7:45pm):
OJM Black Country vs Smethwick Rangers (Midland Football League Division 1)
Gornal Athletic vs Wednesfield (Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup)
Hednesford Town vs Studley (Birmingham Senior Cup)
Bewdley Town vs Droitwich Spa (Worcestershire FA Senior Invitational Cup)
Bilston Town vs Continental Star (JW Hunt Cup)
So far this midweek two matches with Midland Football League interest have taken place.
On Monday night in Division 1 Chandler Pegg equalled a Hinckley AFC club record by notching five goals in a single game in Hinckley's 9-0 demolition of Coventry Copsewood. Tom Weale and Lewis Rankin each added a brace as Hinckley ran riot to solidify their place in the play-off positions and move four points ahead of Nuneaton Griff in sixth.
Monday night's result:
Hinckley AFC 9-0 Coventry Copsewood (MFL Division 1)
Whilst most were watching England defeat Wales by three goals to nil in the 2022 FIFA World Cup there was still some non-league action taking place involving Midland Football League clubs. A shock was on the cards at Coles Lane in the Walsall Senior Cup where Division 1 side Paget Rangers defeated Premier Division Wolverhampton Casuals 3-0. Paget's goals coming courtesy of Szhem Whyte-Hall, Dominic Ellington and Delcio Neto. The Bears will now host local rivals Boldmere St. Michaels in the Walsall Senior Cup Quarter-Finals (Date TBC.)
Tuesday night's result:
Paget Rangers 3-0 Wolverhampton Casuals (Walsall Senior Cup)
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