FAIRFIELD Villa face a revenge mission this week when they entertain local rivals Feckenham after losing out to them 3-2 last Saturday.

Feckenham snatched victory with a 91st minute winner from Connor Perry-Holmes after Matt Green and Ben Welsh had earlier put them in command before Villa hit back.

By a strange twist of fate, the rivals meet two weeks running, when again Midland League Division Two points will be at stake.

Villa spokesman Paul Oakes said: "We'll be really fired-up for Saturday's game especially after we'd done enough to win the first meeting.

"It was a real tale of two halves.

"Feckenham were the better side in the first half. They came flying out of the blocks and the hit the crossbar before going 2-0 ahead by half time, which they thoroughly deserved.

"The second half was a different story as we took control. We levelled with goals from Lewis Phillips and Ellis Blakemore and should have gone onto put the game to bed.

"Connor Collins missed a couple of absolute sitters and just had an off day in front of goal.

"Other chances were cleared off Feckenham's line and we were pushing for the winning goal when Feckenham caught us out on the break.

"They scored from our own corner. We paid the price for trying to win the game rather than closing it down for the draw.

"By the way Feckenham celebrated at the end of the game, you'd have thought they'd won the World Cup!

"We won't need any motivating for the return contest".

Kick off at the Recreation Ground is at 2pm.