HARRIERS continue their search for precious National League North points when they host Gateshead on Tuesday night.
The Reds have won just once in their last nine games in all competitions and are in search of a way to get the campaign back on track.
Next up is the visit of the Heed Army to Aggborough, fresh from a narrow defeat at high-flying King's Lyn this past weekend.
Kick-off at Aggborough on Tuesday night is 7:45pm.
Declan Weeks ahead of the game:
"Hopefully we can tighten up... we have to get a win from somewhere.
"We have the game on Tuesday and we need to bounce back quickly, so hopefully we can get three points.
"We're a good group and we'll give it our all, we just need results to go our way.
"We have to keep plugging away... we all love Russ to bits and want to do our best for him."
It's hoped Harriers will go into the game without any injury concerns.
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.
Our ticketing platform allows fans to order and print tickets online, before presenting them at the turnstile.
All away supporters can pay on the day.
At the time of writing, Harriers are 17/10 to record a victory against Gateshead at Aggborough.
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Tuesday night's match programme features the thoughts of caretaker boss, Russ Penn, and an extended interview with skipper, Cliff Moyo.
Also included are a range of reports, photos and opinion pieces - not to mention all you could need to know about Gateshead and our own history against The Heed.
Do I know you?
Russ Penn himself is among the faces to have featured for both of tonight's teams.
Penn spent two spells there between 2016 and 2018, while striker, Rich Peniket, also turned out for the Heed.
Also among the double alumni are Martin Brittain, Ian Bogie, Adam Bartlett and Adam Boyes.
Harriers and Gateshead have been locking horns since the 1980s, when Paul Davies was among the goals in their first Aggborough meeting in January 1985.
Since then they've tangled in front of crowds ranging from 250 to 2,600 - with all the key ones detailed in the Head to Head feature in tonight's programme.
One for the fact fans...
Across all the meetings between Harriers and Gateshead league action, there has never been a goalless draw.
Apologies in advance for a 0-0 tonight!
Team news will appear here (see the line-ups tab), in the news section of the website and on social media from around 6:00pm
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.