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Match preview Vs Barrow AFC

Date: 04-10-08 Venue: Aggborough Kick off: 15:00hrs
The board of Kidderminster Harriers will be hoping to see the fruits of the teams labours at Aggborough tomorrow with an increase in the crowd figures to reflect the teams status as one of the early leaders of the Blue Square Premier.  With this weeks visitors being the steadily declining Barrow AFC the fans will be hoping for another three points and for the table toppers Crawley Town to slip up against Burton Albion and allow the Reds to close the three point difference gap a bit.

Barrow started the season like a steam train by beating Oxford Utd (hasn't everyone!) on the day before the opening day and then proceeded to win a further two games before the initial impetus ran out and they started to drift down the table to reach the sixteenth place they now find themselves in.

The joint Barrow manager's, Dave Bayliss and Darren Sheridan, have been looking to bring in some loan players this week but are not expecting any new faces before tomorrow.  One of the players they have been looking at is David Brown, the former Hereford and Accrington striker.

We're also looking at another striker.  The former Villa, QPR and Walsall forward Stefan Moore has been training with us all week and scored twice in a friendly at Bewdley on Tuesday night.  If money allows he could join us on non-contract terms very soon.

We also have Neil Mackenzie back at Aggborough following his month long loan deal from Notts County last Friday evening.  The same day we saw Paul Bignot going out on a long term loan to Newport County.

Again we have no injuries or suspensions but Barrow have their keeper Tim Deasy out with a broken finger sustained in the home defeat against Kettering two weeks ago and Lee Woodyatt is out with a broken leg.  Star striker Lee Hunt could be missing with a back injury although he played for Barrow reserves in Wednesday's home defeat against Fleetwood.

I think we're going to be giving another winning display to please the thousands of returning fans to Aggborough.  It's not going to be easy because Barrow will be wanting to get their season back on track but I think the Harriers will be a bit too much for them.


Harriers from:
Bartlett, Coleman, Baker, Riley, Lowe, Ferrell, Creighton, Bowler, L Jones, Foley, Knights, McDermott, Bennett, Mackenzie, Brittain, Penn, Barnes-Homer, Smikle, Richards.

Barrow from:
Taylor, Martin, James, P Jones, McNulty, Henney, Bond, Boyd, Walker, Rogan, Brown, Tait, Sheridan, Bayliss, Hunt, Pearson, Winn, Logan, Black.

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Previous games against Barrow AFC
Harriers score first
1998 - 99
1 - 2
4 - 0
1991 - 92
1 - 2
1 - 5
1990 - 91
3 - 1
2 - 4
0 - 2
3 - 1
1989 - 90
2 - 2
1 - 2
1985 - 86
2 - 1
4 - 3
1984 - 85
0 - 1
3 - 1
1981 - 82
0 - 0
2 - 1
2 - 2

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