Chambers 11, 66
ALTRINCHAM are the next visitors Aggborough on Saturday (3:oopm).
Harriers head into the game after last weekend's long trip to Blyth Spartans.
The Robins travel to Aggborough following a statement 5-0 victory over Leamington a week ago.
Ollie Shenton ahead of Altrincham test:
"Every game is tough in this league, Altrincham being one of the toughest but we've just got to watch the clips - which we already have done, so we know what they're about - and we've just got to stand up to it.
"It's about us, not them, and if we perform how we think we should be performing then we will be fine.
"I don't think we're panicking, we just need to stay calm, with a few cooler heads... I think results [at home] will change.
"As soon as we get that first win, I think it will carry on and we can start going on a run."
Harriers will welcome back Rhys Williams and Milan Butterfield to the fold this weekend.
The duo have been on international duty with England U19 and Bermuda respectively.
The Reds will be without Jamie Sharman (ankle), who is back at parent club Chesterfield receiving treatment after sustaining an injury at Blyth.
Goalkeeper Cameron Gregory has responded well to treatment back at Shrewsbury Town and should be able to rejoin the squad shortly.
Declan Weeks came through his 90 minutes at Blyth unscathed, having missed time himself through injury.
Admission and tickets
While admission is pay-at-the-turnstile at Aggborough Stadium, Harriers fans sitting in the Main Stand will be able to purchase their tickets in advance, online.
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At the time of writing, Harriers are 6/5 to record a victory against Altrincham, and 8/1 to pick up a 2-1 success.
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Following his return from injury, Declan Weeks talks to The Harrier this week.
The issue will be on sale for £3 in and around the ground, and also features plenty of reports, photos, opinions and stats - even a half-time quiz to test you!
Do I know you?
Current Alty man, Jake Moult, donned the Harriers jersey during 2008.
Additionally, there is a long list of players who have played for both sides; including Wayne Thomas, Michael Carr, Mike Williams, Josh O'Keefe, Brian Smikle, Sean Clancy, James Lawrie and Scott Phelan.
Altrincham have been regular opponents for Harriers for a number of decades, and more recently, have encountered each other nine times in the past five years.
Last season, Harriers came out on top in an entertaining Aggborough match, winning 3-2 - Ed Williams and Ashley Chambers were among the goals on that day.
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