Geography was never my strong point. I dropped it at the earliest opportunity (1983) with a deliberate fail in the summer exams. But even I know that M4 could not use the M5 to travel from SW2 to SW1. Reassuringly, that route is not only impossible, but it is not necessary after a tremendous result in our final home fixture against Olton.
And now onto Worcester, a place that has indeed much to offer. What about the 11th century cathedral, or the 19th century shopping centre ? Or the "banging" 80s discotheques such as Tramps ? How about Sixways or perhaps the ever-improving non-league football team that is Worcester City ? It all adds to the eclectic nature of this beautiful city, nestled at the foot of the stunning Malvern Hills.
Steeped in Anglo-Saxon history, this great city holds an important place in history, and is noted as host to the earliest of skirmishes of the English Civil War. But the question is, having been founded by the Romans in 50 A.D., will it be destroyed by Rush & Co when the Sils march on the University this coming Saturday ?
There is, in truth, only one way to find out. Join the Mighty Fours on their last, and perhaps most exciting, away trip of the campaign. Whatever you think of what Worcester has to offer, we intend to make sure that on 25th March, this trip isn't pointless.