OLTON & WW travel to Worcester tomorrow hoping to pick up maximum points after squandering a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 against Sikh Union Nottingham last week.
The Grange Road side struggled against the Bodykraft Midlands Premier Division new boys as they controlled the opening exchanges and should have broken the deadlock.
But after 20 minutes the game started to sway and the hosts took the lead through a short corner from Adie Betts.
Olton doubled their advantage through debutant Sukhi Sudhi who skillfully slotted the ball past the despairing Sikh Union keeper.
However, the visitors fought back, and two quick-fire strikes gave them a fully-deserved draw.
Olton remain optimistic about tomorrow's game with Worcester who drew 5-5 in an entertaining away tie with West Bridgford last week.