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Match preview Vs Wrexham AFC

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Date: 23-02-16gif Venue: Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadiumgif Kick off: 19:45hrs

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Lee Fowler The Harriers will have to re-group quickly and concentrate more if they have any hope of getting back onto the winning track at play-off hopefuls Wrexham tomorrow evening.  On Saturday we faltered slightly in giving away two second half goals to Chester after going into a 2-0 lead before the break.

Goals again from Arthur Gnahoua and Harry White gave us that lead with Harrys coming from a fortuitous penalty but then in the second half Chester were given their 'fortuitous' penalty by a referee eager to even things up.  Ours came from an accidental handball while Kelvin Langmead was adjudged to have used the force of a butterfly in hauling the Chester striker over in the area.

Wrexham won at Welling on Saturday with a second goal in two games for former Harrier Lee Fowler (right) after scoring at home to Bromley the previous Saturday.  Fowler has been out of favour at the Racecourse Ground for almost all of the season and was loaned out to Tamworth in November but has now returned with a vengeance.  It goes without saying we have to be wary of him.

They'll be without a couple of players tomorrow with Jamal Fyfield picking up a hamstring injury while fellow defenders Javan Vidal and Ross White also remain on the sidelines.  Striker James Gray could also be missing after a mysterious insect gave him a nasty bite on his arm on Friday.  He was admitted to hospital and kept in overnight as a precaution and having seen the pictures I can see why.  Gruesome!

We'll still be without Elton N'Gwatala and Adam Dawson with long term injuries while the other long term injured player, Jordan Tunnicliffe, has now gone out on loan to Sutton Coldfield to gain match fitness.  Late on Friday Gurjit Singh also went out on loan to Stourbridge for a month long spell.

Saturdays disappointing draw put us back in trouble after we began to put some wins together to see us catching up with the other stragglers.  We now need to re-make that gap and keep plugging away starting with this extremely tough ask at Wrexham.

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Teams:

Harriers from:
Snedker, Brown, Hodgkiss, Lowe, Langmead, Williams, Fané, Francis-Angol, Gnahoua, Jones, Whitfield, McQuilkin, Maxwell, Kinsella, H White, G Taylor, Patrick, Garnett.

Wrexham AFC from:
Sharpe, R Taylor, Newton, Smith, Hudson, Fowler, Gray, Jennings, Moké, Carrington, Jackson, Evans, York, R White, Briscoe, Royle, Heslop, Walsh, Beck, O'Reilly, Reynolds.

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