Wusster here we come
The Harriers and their fans' travel the short distance to St Georges Lane, Worcester tomorrow and they'll be hoping for some improvement after Wednesday evenings poor showing.
Then we failed to string two passes together against a very weak Wolves side and if we turn in the same kind of performance at Worcester then they will be only to happy to make us pay.
Harriers will be without Scott Stamps for definite after he injured the ligaments in his ankle but luckily they don't appear to be as bad as was first feared. Ian Foster has reported in with a shin injury but it may have cleared up enough to make some kind of appearance tomorrow.
No other injuries have been reported and I expect Brit to make a few changes to the side again. Ian Joy, who has just been called up for the USA under 23's side, will take Stampers place but who will take Fozzies place is any ones guess.
Worcester will have a few ex Harriers in the side to face us but will be without Stewart Hadley who has an Achilles injury. Mark Shail and Darren Middleton, who played for us last season pre-season, are both expected to make appearances sometime during the game.
Both their new signings, John Snape (Hereford) and David Foy (Tamworth) will be starting the game.
A big crowd, for Worcester, is expected so get there early if only to get a parking space because on street parking is at a premium.
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