Chambers 12; Weeks 15
Parker 32; Jackson 34; Hanks 66
HARRIERS return to Aggborough on Tuesday evening as Gloucester City make the short trip to Worcestershire.
The meeting is the first between the two sides since the 16/17 season, The Tigers being transferred to the National League South during the interim, before their return to the North ahead of the new campaign.
Harriers will be looking to add to Saturday's 3-0 victory over Bradford (Park Avenue) which, arriving in the third game, was the first win of the season.
Declan Weeks on a busy start to the season, and the impact of the Harriers fans:
"We were disappointed last week and we felt we should have had at least six points - well, probably six points as we didn't really show up against AFC Telford United - but if we get the result against Gloucester then things will start to look a lot better.
"We've watched Gloucester and the Gaffer has put forward his game plan, hopefully we can put it into action.
"During the first game of the season, the fans were brilliant and really helped us in the second half - that helped create a lot of momentum, and hopefully that will be the same throughout the season."
Boss John Pemberton ahead of Gloucester:
“We're trying to do back-to-back wins, but we've got a group of players that I'm asking to go again.
"I'm asking a lot of them, so we've got to make sure that they recover properly.
"I think going again is a lot easier after getting three points on the Saturday.
"It will be another tough on on Tuesday, but one that we are looking forward to."
Jimmy O'Connor is likely to remain out with a niggling knee injury, while Tom Palmer won't be available and will continue to be rested following a recent head injury.
Pemberton admitted after Saturday's game that they'll assess the fitness of Correy Davidson after he was forced off at Bradford.
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 night.
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Tuesday night's programme features an exclusive interview with on-loan goalkeeper, Cameron Gregory.
The shot-stopper discusses opting against heading for Portugal in pre-season with parent club Shrewsbury, in favour of his Aggborough move, and plenty more.
The issue also features plenty of reports, photos, opinions and stats. The issue will be on sale for £3 in and around the ground.
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Ed Williams is very familiar with The Tigers, having departed them for Aggborough following a four-year spell.
Jasbir Singh, Andre Wright, Calvin Dinsley and George Forsyth are among the names that have donned both Harriers and Gloucester shirts over the past decade.
Since 1948, the two sides have met 52 times but only twice since the turn of the millennium.
Both of those meetings occurring during the 16/17 season and saw Harriers win on both occasions.
Team news will appear here (see the line-ups tab), in the news section of the website and on social media from around 6:45pm.
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.