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Match Day
Saturday, 7 September, 15:00PM - Croft Park
Att. 796
1
Blyth Spartans AFC

Dale 64


1
Kidderminster Harriers

Prosser 49

Key Moments



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Blyth Spartans AFC

1
Goals
7
Shots at goal
3
Shots on target
7
Corners
2
Offside
0
Yellow cards
0
Red cards

Kidderminster Harriers

1
Goals
13
Shots at goal
6
Shots on target
3
Corners
3
Offside
0
Yellow cards
0
Red cards

Blyth Spartans AFC

1
Mark Foden
2
Rhys Evans
3
Anthony Callaghan
4
Lewis Hawkins
5
Tom Devitt
6
Joe Robinson
7
Adam Wrightson
Scott 90
8
Ursene Mouanda
Orrell 87
9
Levi Amantchi
Fenwick 76
10
Callum Roberts
11
Robbie Dale (C)
17
Nathan Harker

Substitutes

12
Lewis Ritson
14
Jake Orrell
Mouande 87
15
Ollie Scott
Wrightson 90
16
Scott Fenwick
Amantchi 76

Kidderminster Harriers

1
Tom Palmer
2
Sam Austin
3
Correy Davidson
4
Jamie Sharman
E. Williams 27
5
Cliff Moyo (C)
6
Ryan Johnson
7
Declan Weeks
8
Alex Prosser
9
Ashley Chambers
10
Ollie Shenton
White 67
11
Richard Peniket

Substitutes

12
Ed Williams
Sharman 27
14
Harry Higginson
15
Jaiden White
Shenton 67
16
Darragh Lowth

HARRIERS make the long trip to Northumberland on Saturday to face Blyth Spartans.

The Reds will look to extend an impressive away record of three consecutive victories, while also aiming to bounce back from two disappointing home defeats.

The Croft Park side head into the game following a narrow 2-1 defeat against Darlington on Wednesday night.

Kick-off is at 3:00pm.

Defender Jamie Sharman ahead of Blyth:

"As a team I think we could have all played better [against Brackley] - I think we all know that - and we do still want to put it right on Saturday against Blyth.

"Every game is going to be a test, but we've got to go about it in the right way and do what we're good at, and then we should win games.

"If we play how we know we can play, we can beat any team in this league but we've just got to be on it on the day.

"The away record is really good but we still want to get this first win at home, because we are playing well away from home".

Team news

Harriers will again be without Milan Butterfield and Rhys Williams who are on international duty.

It is hoped that Declan Weeks will available for either this game or next weekend's game against Altrincham after injury, but Jimmy O'Connor remains the only definite injury absentee.

Admission and tickets

Harriers fans can pay on the turnstiles at Croft Park.

Full details are available on our away travel page.

Match Odds

At the time of writing, Harriers are 20/21 to record a victory against Blyth.

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Do I know you?

Few players have donned the jerseys of both sides, one of the players to have done this is goalkeeper Adam Bartlett, who Harriers signed from the Spartans in 2008.

Head-to-Head

There are six meetings on record, the earliest coming in 1982, but the majority coming since Blyth's promotion to National League North ahead of the 17/18 season.

Most notably, the sides played out an entertaining 5-4 Harriers victory in September 2017, as well as a 3-3 draw at Croft Park in February 2019.

Match coverage

Team news will appear here (see the line-ups tab), in the news section of the website and on social media from around 3:00pm.

Follow the whole game with live updates on social media and with match stats here (see the match stats tab), with a full report and post-match reaction following after the final whistle.

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