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Match preview Vs Nuneaton Town


Date: 16-08-16gif Venue: Liberty Waygif Kick off: 19:45hrs

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Nathan Millichamp The Reds make their way up a couple of motorways tomorrow evening to the North of Coventry to take on Nuneaton Town.  It's been two years since we last played them after they dropped into the National North a year before us so it'll be good to renew acquaintances once again.

Last season they finished just outside the play-offs in sixth place and they would have been hoping to build on that this new season but so far they've not gained the results that they were hoping for.  Having played only two games so far it's early days to start panicking but their first game at home to Halifax ended in a 3-2 defeat and then the second game at Bradford over the weekend was slightly better with a 1-1 draw but reports from their fans suggest they were lucky to get a point near to the end of the game.

They have two former Harriers from last season playing for them.  Kelvin Langmead joined up with them in early July after his contract with Ebbsfleet ended and he wasn't wanted back here at Aggborough.  The other one is our former goalkeeper Dean Snedker and he signed for them on the eve of the Halifax game.

They'll be without Elliot Whitehouse tomorrow evening after he injured his knee in a pre-season friendly.  He's due back in action in two weeks time.

We have two possible new injuries after Robert Stambolziev failed to make the Chorley game on Saturday after picking up a knock in training.  The other one is Jared Hodgkiss after he left the field during the Chorley game with a re-occurrence of his foot injury but hopefully that was just a precaution and he'll be back tomorrow along with Stambolziev.  Our two existing injuries are Wayne Thomas (groin) and Dan Sweeney (post operation) but both of them should be near to consideration soon.

Earlier today we signed a player that had appeared in a few pre-season friendlies for us.  Richard Sho-Silva played against Birmingham City and Solihull in the centre half position but now that he's signed he has gone straight out on loan to Halesowen for a month.

Another one going out on loan for a month today was Nathan Millichamp (left) to Alvechurch.

With one great result away from home at Curzon and two poor results at home to Brackley and Chorley it seems that maybe we're an away side this season.  If that is the case then we might be in with a chance at Liberty Way/A1 Gas Force Arena/Coombe Abbey Stadium or whatever tomorrow evening.

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Harriers from:
Hornby, J Brown, Hodgkiss, Lowe, Hancocks, Digie, T Williams, Carter, Thomas, Tunnicliffe, Clarke, Francis-Angol, Stambolziev, Gnahoua, Truslove, Forsyth, Austin, A Brown, McQuilkin, Sweeney, N'Gwatala, Dieseruvwe, Waite, Taylor.

Nuneaton Town from:
Snedker, Burton, Anderson, Clifton, Hodgett-Young, Keane, Langmead, Nicholson, Penny, Warburton, Wheatley, Cartwright, Demkiv, Elliot, Morgan, Scott, Tempest, Daniels, Ironside, McDonald, Moli, Shorthouse, A Williams.

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Previous games against Nuneaton Town
Harriers score first
2014 - 15
3 - 1
0 - 0
2013 - 14
0 - 0
1 - 2
2012 - 13
1 - 0
1 - 0

For earlier results against Nuneaton Town look here on Statto's Harriers site   

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