WELLINGTON will play away to Cheddar in a rearranged Somerset Premier Cup second round tie next Tuesday.

The tie should have been played last week but was postponed because of the bad weather.

But first Wellington play at home on Saturday to Clevedon Town who are unbeaten in the Premier Division of the Toolstation League.

In contrast, Wellington are one off the bottom, having won only one of their 14 matches this season. Only Millbrook, who have yet to pick up a point, are below them.

At the other end of the table, Bridgwater United are top, one point ahead of Clevedon who have a crucial game in hand.

Wellington's management duo Richard Cherry and Jack Porter have the backing of the club despite their poor start to the season. But if they were to lose to Cheddar, it would make their position less secure.