Chester FC will be out to cause an upset and gain revenge for defeat 12 months ago in tonight's Twenty20 match with Christleton Cricket Club.

The Blues and the Swans met last summer in what the two clubs hoped would become an annual fixture and while the cricketers proved too good on that occasion, the footballers were far from disgraced.

Batting first, Christleton of Cheshire County League Division One raced to 102-1 from 12 overs as Chester struggled with the ball as the Swans posted an imposing 193-2.

IN PICTURES: Action from last year's Twenty20 match

Although the Blues came up 53 runs short in the chase, there were some good contributions with the bat as Ian Sharps put on 30 and Tom Shaw claimed a half-century before being dismissed for 52.

Blues boss Jon McCarthy has agreed to a rematch with Sharps and Shaw again expected to be leading Chester's charge.

Tonight's game takes place at Christleton's Little Heath ground and starts at 6.15pm. Admission is £2 for adults and free for under-18s.