macclesfield town (away ko sunday 2:00pm)
A whole Saturday and nothing to do except read the paper and watch Ingerlaand on the telly.
And when you read your paper don't get looking at the league table, if Hartlepool get a point at R & D tonight and Carlisle manage to beat Bristol Rovers at home tomorrow then we'll find ourselves 2nd from bottom.
At least it would only be temporary because I'm going to be super confident now.
By 4 o'clock on Sunday we will have begun our climb back up the table and heading for the play-offs after an emphatic 3-0 win.
Forget the first half against Swansea, it's the second half that mattered.
We looked much more of a threat then and I fully expect that to continue at Macclesfield.
It's hard to see how Jan can't start with Broughton and Larkin up front, as long as he plays them side by side and not put Larkin out wide, as he did Saturday.
Join 'em up with super glue Jan, we'll see some goals then, as long as Drewe doesn't poke Larkin in the eye with an elbow.
We should expect to see Craig Hinton returning to the side after being out with his injury but we may not get to see Adie Smith after he was involved in a car crash earlier in the week.
He only received a minor whiplash injury then but it might be better not to aggravate it.
Apart from Adie there should be no other absentees for Sundays game, but the team are training on Saturday morning so expect a load more.
Brock, Murphy, Joy, Stamps, Medou-Otye, Clarkson, Sall, Hinton, Smith, Williams, Shail, Blake, Bird, Davies, Bennett, Shilton, Doyle, Foster, Hadley, Broughton, Larkin, Ducros, Corbett.
Macclesfield seem to be enjoying the same kind of form as us.
Having won 2 drawn 6 and lost 4 they are also in need of the points.
Their two wins have come impressively at the expense of Scunthorpe (4-3) and away at Oxford (2-0) and last Saturday they shared the points at Exeter in a game that they should have won by all accounts.
Macc have a bit of an injury list at the moment with Tracey, Adams and McAvoy on the sick list and Hitchins missing the game through suspension.
Wilson, Abbey, Ridler, Tinson, O’Neill, Keen, Eyre, Priest, Byrne, Munroe, Lightbourne, Glover, Lambert, Martin, Askey, Bamber, Came, Whitaker, Woolley, Whitehead, Morris, Hodgson.
So here's to a win and the re-emergence of Kidderminster Harriers as a force to be reckoned with.
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