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Match Day
Thursday, 26 December, 15:00PM - Aggborough Stadium
Att. 2,117 (517 away)
3
Kidderminster Harriers

Shenton 22, 29; Hemmings 69


1
Hereford

Styche 59

Key Moments



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Kidderminster Harriers

3
Goals
11
Shots at goal
6
Shots on target
5
Corners
2
Offside
1
Yellow cards
1
Red cards

Hereford

1
Goals
6
Shots at goal
2
Shots on target
2
Corners
0
Offside
4
Yellow cards
0
Red cards

Kidderminster Harriers

1
Will Mannion
2
Sam Austin
3
Correy Davidson
Peniket 81
4
Rhys Williams
5
Cliff Moyo (C)
6
Ryan Johnson
7
Alex Prosser
8
Milan Butterfield
9
Ethan Freemantle
E Williams 68
10
Ashley Hemmings
11
Ollie Shenton
Higginson 88

Substitutes

12
Ed Williams
Freemantle 68
13
Tom Palmer
14
Richard Peniket
Davidson 81
15
Knory Scott
16
Harry Higginson
Shenton 88

Hereford

1
Brandon Hall
2
Jared Hodgkiss (C)
3
Danny Greenslade
4
Stephen Dawson
5
Jordan Cullinane-Liburd
6
Jack Bodenham
7
Peter Vincenti
Sodeinde 76
8
Taylor Allen
Bray 55
9
Reece Styche
Mooney 88
10
Kieran Thomas
11
Jordan Nicholson

Substitutes

12
Jason Pope
14
Alex Bray
Allen 55
15
Victor Sodeinde
Vincenti 76
16
Kelsey Mooney
Styche 88
17
Tommy O'Sullivan

HARRIERS entertain Hereford at Aggborough in a Boxing Day clash in National League North.

Neither the Reds nor the Bulls have had the season they wanted thus far, and are clamouring for points to help climb the table.

Kick-off at Aggborough is at 3pm.

This preview is brought to you in partnership with league sponsor, LV Bet.

Assistant Manager Russ Penn pre-match:

“These are two big clubs for this league, and two clubs who are disappointed with where they are in the league at the moment.

“Boxing Day [brings] a good crowd and local derby, and it’s what we all play for; we’ll be looking to maximise our points.

“I’ve looked at the fixture list for the league on Thursday and there are some great ties.

“It adds that little bit of spice; we’re looking for a good crowd and there will be a few tasty challenges; it’s what it’s all about.

“There’s something about the festive period that, as a footballer, you look forward to.”

Team news

Harriers will be hoping Santa delivers some good news via the Aggborough treatment room coming into this game.

While Ashley Hemmings returned from injury to feature against Altrincham last time out, Jimmy Shan lost the services of Ashley Chambers midway through the game.

He joins Ed Williams, Dec Weeks and Richard Peniket on the sidelines.

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.

Match Odds

At the time of writing, Harriers are 9/5 to record a victory against the Bulls.

More than 70 match markets are available with our betting partner, FansBet.

Over 18s only – please bet responsibly. Odds correct at the time of writing.

Match programme

Pick up the festive match day programme, your perfect accompaniment to the action.

The Hereford issue covers everything you need to know about Hereford and our rivalry over the years, interviews and updates from around the club and more.

The issue will be on sale for £3 in and around the ground.

Do I know you?

Harriers and Hereford both boast at least one player to have featured on both sides in the past, if you factor in the 'United'  years. Peniket featured for Hereford at the beginning of his career - even prior to his initial loan with Harriers in 2012/13.

Reece Styche, meanwhile, is among the current Bulls marksmen, and spent time with Harriers between 2014 and 2016.

Also among the players to have featured for both are Calvin Dinsley, Brandon Hall, Josh Gowling, Marc Pugh, James McQuilkin, Martin Riley, Adam Bartlett and Steve Guinan.

Head-to-Head

Factoring in the United years, Harriers and Hereford will meet for the 78th time on Boxing Day.

The two clubs have clashed in all manner of leagues and cups, including of course the FA Cup and Welsh Cup.

The first Harriers win over Hereford came with a 3-1 success back in 1948. Most recently, the re-formed Bulls came up against the Reds in last season's National League North, with Harriers winning the New Year 2019 clash 2-1 at Aggborough.

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 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.

Buy Tickets

Buy tickets online - don't worry, you can still pay cash on the turnstiles once online sales end.

 

 

Latest News

Peniket leaves Aggborough

Richard Peniket departs Kidderminster Harriers to take a break from football…

 

Latest News

Peniket leaves Aggborough

Richard Peniket departs Kidderminster Harriers to take a break from football…