HARRIERS face Southport on Saturday, the first of three Aggborough matches in the space of a week.
The Sandgrounders head to Aggborough with three wins from the their previous five games, sitting sixth in the Vanarama National League North.
The match will be Harriers' first under the caretaker stewardship of Russ Penn, who steps into the role following John Pemberton's resignation earlier in the week.
Penn ahead of Southport:
"Of course I have short, medium, and long-term goals - who doesn't - but all I can affect Saturday, and that's all I'm bothered about at the moment.
"Yes, we've got three games in a week, but Southport is all I'm interested in.
"How they set up, how we set up, and how we can out-do them to get our result our end.
"Hopefully, [the fans] will support me - they used to support me as a player - [as] I've got this club at heart and the players know that, I told them that yesterday, there is no-one who wants to do well for this club more than me".
Harriers head into the match with no known injuries, so hope to be at full strength.
New signing Will Mannion is in line for a debut after arriving at the club this week.
Do I know you?
Declan Weeks donned a Southport jersey prior to his Aggborough move in 2017.
Ex-Harriers manager Steve Burr has managed both sides, taking his place in the dugout between 2016 and 2017.
Additionally, Sean Clancy, Mike Marsh, Adam Dawson and Andy Bishop are among the players to have previously played for both sides.
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 6/4 to record victory against Southport.
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Southport have been a regular opponent for Harriers in recent decades, with numerous exciting encounters to note.
In recent times, Harriers won both meetings in the 17/18 season, but could only pick up a point across the two meetings last time out - a 2-2 draw in the penultimate game of the 18/19 season.
For more info on past meetings, player profiles and more, purchase our matchday programme - on sale around the ground - for £3.
KHIST-led working party
You may recall that a group of dedicated Harriers fans gathered to spruce up much of the Main Stand in August and did a splendid job.
They’re now looking to tackle the East Stand and will meet on the morning of the Southport game from the revised time of 8am up until noon.
The initiative is being driven by KHIST and, in particular, Warwick Nash. We’d like to thank them for their continued efforts. Anyone interested in helping out on the day should contact Warwick on 07885 370044.
Thank you also to the local businesses who’ve supported the fans in their work.
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