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Match Day
Saturday, 8 February, 3:00PM - Aggborough Stadium
Att. 1,509 (161 away)
1
Kidderminster Harriers

Prosser 61


1
Darlington

Hatfield 58

Key Moments



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Kidderminster Harriers

1
Goals
14
Shots at goal
4
Shots on target
3
Corners
2
Offside
1
Yellow cards
0
Red cards

Darlington

1
Goals
3
Shots at goal
2
Shots on target
4
Corners
5
Offside
3
Yellow cards
0
Red cards

Kidderminster Harriers

1
Will Mannion
2
Cliff Moyo (C)
3
Sam Austin
4
Rhys Williams
5
Ryan Johnson
6
Keith Lowe
Davidson 71
7
Alex Prosser
8
Milan Butterfield
9
Ashley Chambers
10
Ashley Hemmings
11
Ed Williams
Freemantle 59

Substitutes

12
Ollie Shenton
13
Tom Palmer
14
Ethan Freemantle
E. Williams 59
15
Dennis Digie
16
Correy Davidson
Lowe 71

Darlington

1
Liam Connell
2
Ben Hedley
3
Jordan Watson
4
Josef Wheatley
5
Louis Laing
6
Terry Galbraith
7
Jarrett Rivers
8
Will Hatfield
9
Adam Campbell
10
Sean Reid
Holness 73
11
Stephen Thompson
Donowa 68

Substitutes

12
Justin Donawa
Thompson 68
13
Chris Elliott
14
Alex Storey
15
Omar Holness
Reid 73
16
David Atkinson

HARRIERS are back on home soil this weekend for the visit of Darlington to Aggborough.

The Reds will, once again, be looking for back to back wins for the first time this term, any such result being the perfect follow-up to last weekend's win over King's Lynn Town.

Darlington, meanwhile, are looking to get back to winning ways at Aggborough. While relatively out of sorts - having lost their last two games 3-0 - they remain handily placed in tenth spot in the table.

Prior to those set-backs, the Quakers had won an impressive seven of their previous 11 matches in all competitions, including victories over York City and Spennymoor Town.


Watch: Harriers v Darlington - Jimmy Shan pre-match interview


Boss Jimmy Shan has said the team will be without the services of Austin Samuels (groin) for the game while Declan Weeks (toe) remains a longer-term absentee.

Saturday is the 27th meeting between the two clubs, with Darlington having the best of recent times with wins in three of the last four clashes.

Kick-off at Aggborough is at 3:00pm

Harriers v Darlington - Match Tickets

Harriers supporters in the Main Stand can purchase their tickets online, in advance with a print-at-home facility, but can also pay cash on the turnstiles once online sales end.

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Harriers supporters in the Main Stand can purchase their tickets online, in advance with a print-at-home facility, but can also pay cash on the turnstiles once online sales end.

 

 

Latest News

Prosser next to remain

Alex Prosser is the latest name to pledge his immediate future to Harriers…

 

Latest News

Prosser next to remain

Alex Prosser is the latest name to pledge his immediate future to Harriers…