WARRINGTON Rylands have confirmed they will be streaming their FA Vase last-16 tie against West Auckland Town on Saturday.

What's more, local charity St Rocco's Hospice will benefit from every streaming pass sold.

Under Covid restrictions, the game at Gorsey Lane is being played behind closed doors but supporters can still get behind Dave McNabb's side from home as they bid to take another step closer to Wembley Stadium.

Blues were initially scheduled to face North Ferriby but the Villagers were thrown out of the competition yesterday.

> Read why Warrington Rylands' last-16 opponents were removed from the FA Vase here

Streaming passes cost £5 and can be bought at any time up until kick off, which is at 3pm on Saturday.

For every pass sold, 50 per cent of the booking fee will be donated to St Rocco's