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Match preview Vs Woking

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Date: 21-03-09gif Venue: Aggboroughgif Kick off: 15:00hrs
The Harriers will be hoping that the recent run of good form will continue at Aggborough tomorrow against strugglers Woking.  Another win would keep us snapping at the heels of the top five and within one point of fifth place Stevenage.  They will be in Trophy action tomorrow.

We did drop down a place following Oxfords 2-1 victory at Kettering last night but with four games in hand that shouldn't affect us too much.

We will have Craig Armstrong back in the team tomorrow now that his three game ban is over but we'll still be without the services of Andy Ferrell.  Although Craig is back it's doubtful that Mark Yates will disrupt the team by dropping Lee Baker again and he'll have to be content with a place on the bench.

Woking will also be hoping for a win but for different reasons.  Like Lewes last Saturday they have also been struggling near the bottom all season and have never ventured above eighteenth place in the League.

Their inconsistent form has also seen them win one week and allow them to leave the relegation zone and then the following week lose disastrously and plummet back down again.  Results went their way on Tuesday when fellow strugglers FGR and York City shared the points with Barrow, Weymouth, Grays and Northwich all losing.

They have quite a few players out injured with the main one being a career threatening injury to Tom Hutchinson who has had complications develop with a knee operation that now needs a scan to investigate a related groin injury.

They'll also be without recent signing Micah Hyde after he recently injured his Achilles and will be out for a few weeks.  Coming back from injury, but not quite ready, they have Danny Bunce (foot injury), Joe Magunda (metatarsal fracture), Colin Miles (ankle problem).  Delano Sam Yorke, Bradley Quamina and Paolo Vernazza are also missing.

I think the Harriers have got the bit between their teeth now and will be going all out to make the play-offs.  Woking will be just another step on the way.

Teams:

Harriers from:
Bartlett, Coleman, Baker, Riley, Lowe, Armstrong, Creighton, Carr, Jones, Knights, McDermott, McPhee, Bennett, Hayward, Brittain, Penn, Barnes-Homer, Smikle, Richards, Moore.

Woking from:
Knowles, Worner, Powell, Lorraine, Sintim, El Kholti, Marum, Pattison, Konan, Lambu, Elvins, Ledgister, Domoraud, Moone, Gilchrist, Bozanic, Anderson, Bossman, McNerny, Kamara, Rhodes.

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