Ramshaw 54; Taylor 90
HARRIERS take to the road once more on Saturday for the lengthy trip to Spennymoor Town.
The Reds are looking to bounce back after the FA Cup exit at the hands of Stafford Rangers.
In terms of National League North action, though, Harriers are looking to make it back to back wins, following the victory over Altrincham last time out.
Spennymoor have been, by their own high standards, slower to start this season, but have been in free-scoring form as of late.
Saturday's game kicks off at 3:00pm.
Sam Austin on bouncing back from Cup disappointment:
"[Thinking about the FA Cup] has got to finish at Tuesday really.
"We've got a really important away game on Saturday... it's important that we clear our minds and focus.
"We'd kept two clean sheets before Tuesday, so we want to continue that as well, so there's no better time to bounce back than after a defeat.
"It is going to be a tough game but we're definitely ready for it."
Cameron Gregory could be back in contention for Harriers after edging himself back into training following a recent injury.
Richard Peniket and Ed Williams will be assessed after missing Tuesday night's trip to Stafford.
Admission and tickets
Harriers fans can pay cash on the turnstile at Spennymoor.
Admission is £10 adults, £8 concessions and £3 for U18s; U10s are admitted free of charge.
Visiting fans should be aware that there is no parking available on the stadium site. The nearest parking is available at a short walking distance from the Brewery Field, on Durham Road.
At the time of writing, Harriers are 5/2 to record a victory against Spenymoor, and 16/1 to pick up a 1-0 success.
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The head-to-head between Harriers and The Moors is fairly short, but perfectly even.
There have been four meetings between the two teams since 2017, with two draws and one win each.
Last season, The Moors won 2-1 at Brewery Field, while Harriers won by the same score line at Aggborough.
Goals... and good ones!
There has yet to be a clean sheet in any game between the two teams, with goals on each side in every contest so far.
David Foley netted fully from 40 yards at Aggborough in a 2-2 draw in October 2017; while Elton Ngwatala's screamer was a highlight of the 1-1 draw in the return game that term, in a match played at Harrogate.
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