It's that poor form of late that has seen them drop out of the definite places and down to tenth in the table. The supposed 'Messiah' appointment of Dean Saunders doesn't seemed to have helped them and the initial burst of euphoria has been replaced with murmurs of discontent from the Wrecsam fraternity.
Now is the time for the Harriers to hit them and hit them hard. We need the three points on offer from this game far more than they do but I won't complain at a share with a point each.
Saunders will almost certainly make changes from the side that collapsed against Crawley and expect to see the un-fit Matt Jansen dropped to the bench or altogether. Marc Williams is out for the remainder of the season after breaking a bone in his foot during February and they also have Wes Baynes (calf) and Sam Williamson (groin) doubtful.
We only have a couple of problems in our squad. David McDermott is doubtful with a slight knee injury and Dean Bennett (above) picked up a knock against Woking but should be fit to face one of his old clubs. Andy Ferrell is out long term and Sam Foley is out on loan at Newport County.
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Bartlett, Coleman, Baker, Riley, Armstrong, Lowe, Creighton, Carr, Jones, Knights, McDermott, McPhee, Bennett, Hayward, Brittain, Penn, Barnes-Homer, Smikle, Richards, Moore.
Ward, Anthony Williams, Maxwell, Tremarco, Kempson, Collin, Baynes, Louis, Jansen, Taylor, Kearney, Mike Williams, Spann, Proctor, Fleming, McCluskey, Marc Williams, Gyan, Aiston, Curtis, Crofts, Marriott, Westwood, Anoruo, Suffo, Fairhurst, Edwards, Williamson, Flynn, J Brown, Abbott.
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