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14th March 2003 
Cambridge Utd
At the Abbey Stadium
15/3/03 3:00pm
The Harriers travel to Cambridge Utd for the first time in living memory tomorrow and will be hoping that they can continue their 100% record against them.

After having last Saturday's game at Rochdale called off through a waterlogged pitch the outlook seems a bit brighter this weekend.  On the day we were twiddling our thumbs at home Utd were getting a whupping at York City.  They went down 3-1 there.

Come midweek and they went up North again.  This time to Darlington and they came back with all the points in their pocket this time thanks to two goals from Omer Riza.  This was only their second League win since last December and their first away win since last November.

Our form has been a bit better than their's with 6 wins this year but only the one win away from home at Exeter City.

Kenny Coleman We go into the game with an almost full turn out with again Scott Stamps and Dean Bennett missing long term.

Kenny Coleman, who is to be released by his club, Wolves, at the end of the season will also miss the game with a stomach injury.

His clubmate, JJ Melligan, has had some good news this week after being told that he'll be in the Republic of Ireland U21 squad travelling to Georgia and Albania for the UEFA Championship qualifiers at the end of this month.

Cambridge should be putting out an almost full strength side after coming back from Darlo injury free.  They have just the two players missing.  One will be Shane Tudor who is out for the rest of the season with hamstring and groin problems and the other is Adam Tann who will be sitting the game out while he serves the last game of his three match suspension.

Utd have, this week, been fined 1000 for a brawl at Exeter in November when Exeter had 4 players sent off and Cambridge 3.  They have been warned about their future conduct on the field.


Harriers from:
Digby, Brock, Morgan, Scott, Melligan, Ayres, Smith, Hinton, Williams, Parrish, Flynn, Shilton, Foster, Bishop, Broughton, Henriksen, Lewis.

Cambridge from:
Brennan, Marshall, Goodhind, Angus, Theobald, Nacca, Revell, Rush, Huggins, Bourgeois, Turner, Heathcote, Bridges, Clark, Iriekpen, Guttridge, Riza, Murray, Youngs, Wanless, Scully, Fleming, Chillingworth, Kitson, Newey, Paynter, Duncan.
This season
Harriers 2 - 1 Cambridge
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