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6th February 2004 
Yeovil Town
At Aggborough
7/2/04 3:00pm
The Harriers travelled down to Yeovil for our first ever League meeting on Boxing Day last and returned with a late Christmas present in the shape of three hard earned points on a monsoon of a pitch.

Andy Bishop Since then the previously high flying Town have been on a bit of a downer and this week in a move to solve their mini crisis they signed an old friend of ours on loan.  Andy Bishop will be returning to his old stamping ground but this time in the leprechaun green of Yeovil.

Bish has been signed on an initial one month loan with a view to a permanent move at a later stage.  He did very well in his first spell here, when Ian Britton was in charge, but when he returned at the start of this season with Jan in charge he never really looked as good.

I think that when he got his hair cut the magic had hit the cutting room floor and he never regained it.

A warm welcome will still be expected though.

Earlier in the week Yeovil went down 2-0 at Northampton and are still holding on to a playoff place but only just.  They did play better in this game than in previous weeks but just like us they remain shot shy in attack.

Long term absentee Roy O'Brien is out for them along with, possibly, Lee Elam (ankle), Nick Crittenden (hamstring), Paul Terry, Terry Skiverton and Colin Pluck (all knee problems) also missing.

Again it's just the usual three out for us.  Lee Jenkins is out for a long time but Kenny Coleman and Adam Willis have now returned to training.  Willis might find himself in favour when we play Southend next Saturday.  He looks favourite to replace Wayne Hatswell who'll be missing from that game due to the fifth yellow he picked up against Oxford.

With a big game coming up on Tuesday, when we make light of Cheltenham, this game against Yeovil will be a good chance to get our first double of the season.

It'll also a good chance for Jesper and Bo to get scoring again.


Harriers from:
Brock, Danby, Stamps, Gadsby, Hatswell, Murray, Smith, Hinton, D Williams, Parrish, Bennett, Betts, Ward, Christiansen, Henriksen, Rickards, J Williams, Heath.

Yeovil from:
Weale, Collis, Crittenden, Elam, Gosling, Lindegaard, Pluck, Reed, Lockwood, Rodrigues, Stansfield, Gall, Johnson, Skiverton, Terry, Thompson, G Williams, El Kholti, Way, Edwards, Bishop, Giles, Weatherstone.
Previous games against Yeovil
Harriers score first
2003 - 04
2 - 1
2002 - 03
2001 - 02
2000 - 01

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