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Match preview Vs Bath City


Date: 06-12-11gif Venue: Aggboroughgif Kick off: 19:45hrs

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Sean Canham Following another mini break the Harriers are back in action tomorrow evening with a game at Aggborough against the strongest side in the League, Bath City.  They have to be strong to hold the other twenty three clubs up but, in truth, their position at the foot of the table could be seen to be a false position.

Last season they finished their first term back at this level in a very credible 10th place and it was thought by many that they would be repeating that feat again this time out but Adie Brittons side have so far failed to put any kind of winning run together but now, following their 3-1 win at home to Telford on Saturday, they'll be hoping to put two together by beating us.

Until last week they had the former Harriers loan striker, Sean Canham (right), on loan from Hereford but he returned to Edgar Street after scoring four times in twelve games for them.  A better return than we had for our money.

They have no injury problems following the Telford win, although both Marley Watkins and Jamie Cook missed the game they should be back for this game.  We also seem to be injury free apart from Danny Lewis being out season long.

Mike Williams, who has been missing injured since the beginning of October, made his comeback in a friendly at home to Hereford on Friday morning when he came through with no problems in the 2-1 win.  The goals came from two others, Marc Williams and Robert Thompson-Brown, who will also be hoping to start against Bath.

Our last outing was the controversial 3-3 draw at Ebbsfleet on Tuesday.  Controversial for the shoddy refereeing that saw a penalty awarded to the home side after the ball hit Michael Briscoe hard in the face yet given after a foul on Lee Vaughan that warranted a yellow card for Enver-Marum but not the free kick that should lawfully have been given.  One can only hope that the fourth officials report will be scathing on Mr Whitton and we won't be seeing him in office next season.

Even though Bath have been improving recently with good draws against Mansfield and Cambridge, topped off with a fine win on Saturday, I think that's as good as it will get for them just now and I fully expect us to get a positive result that should keep us in touch with the play-offs.

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Harriers from:
Lyness, Breeden, Vaughan, Mike Williams, Sharpe, L Jones, Hendrie, Demetriou, Byrne, Phelan, Briscoe, Marshall, Storer, Vincent, Cresswell, Hankin, Guinan, N Wright, Thompson-Brown, Matt, Gittings, Marc Williams.

Bath City from:
Garner, Matthews, Simpson, Stonehouse, Rollo, G Jones, Mills, Murray, Connolly, Cook, Phillips, Hogg, Preece, M Canham, Watkins, Burnell, Egan, Russell, Carvalho-Landell, Swallow, Clough, Agdestein, Gallinagh, Bryan, Amadi-Holloway.

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Previous games against Bath City
Harriers score first
2010 - 11
1 - 0
0 - 2

For earlier results against Bath City look here on Statto's Harriers site   

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