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FESTIVE football continues to come at a pace for Harriers, who meet Brackley Town on Saturday.
Harriers will be confident after a 3-1 win over Hereford on Boxing Day, their second win in three games.
Brackley, meanwhile, will be decidedly fresher after having their Boxing Day clash at Kettering postponed.
The clash at St James' Park kicks off at 3pm
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Ollie Shenton on Brackley and the quick turnaround in games:
"Brackley's game was off so they will be fresh on Saturday, but that can sometimes help you as well.
"We've got some good momentum now after the win, so we're looking to push on and have a good go at them."
Harriers were boosted by the return to the squad of Richard Peniket and Ed Williams on Boxing Day.
Both players featured from the bench against Hereford without any adverse reaction after recent injuries, and will be pushing for starts.
It's not known whether Ashley Chambers and Declan Weeks, the two players currently out, will be fit in time to feature at St James' Park.
Admission and tickets
Admission at Brackley is pay on the day for away fans, at the following prices:
Concessions, over 60s & Students: £8
Family ticket 2 adults 3 children £30
At the time of writing, Harries are 15/4 to pick up a win at Brackley Town with our betting partner, FansBet.
If you're feeling particularly adventurous you can get a price of 43/1 for a repeat of our Boxing Day score, with Harriers beating the Saints 3-1.
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Danny Lewis tops any list of players who have turned out for both of these two teams.
Goalkeeper Lewis is in his third campaign with Brackley, having also racked up a double century of appearances with Harriers across two spells between 2004 and 2015.
Harriers have had some good afternoons against Brackley when it comes to games played at Aggborough, not least the most recent meeting that ended in a 2-0 victory.
Otherwise, though, it would be safe to say that St James' Park has been a less than happy hunting ground for Harriers.
The teams have played there on three occasions, with the Saints winning each one quite comfortably, two 2-0 successes and, most recently, a 3-1 victory.
Team news will appear here (see the line-ups tab), in the news section of the website and on social media from around 2:00pm
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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