Chester FC have been forced to postpone their re-arranged home clash with Kidderminster Harriers for a second time - due to water damage at the club.

Heavy rain last weekend leaked into the Swansway Stadium's control room, pa room, media room, corridors and walkways and the match official changing rooms, causing significant damage.

It left the Blues with no option but to shelve Tuesday's scheduled encounter with Kidderminster.

The match was re-arranged for next Tuesday - but despite their best efforts Chester have today again been forced to postpone the fixture.

A date for the match has yet to be confirmed.

A decision to postpone Saturday's home fixture against FC United of Manchester was also made earlier this week.