D. Burns 28; Green 40; Charles 86 (Pen)
HARRIERS and Stafford Rangers must meet again to determine who makes progress through to the next round of the Emirates FA Cup.
Tuesday's game will, if necessary, head to extra time and penalties.
Watch it back
Extended highlights of Saturday's first game between the two teams are available on our YouTube channel.
Harry Higginson on the Cup ties with Stafford:
"We were disappointed with [Saturday's result] but, to be fair to Stafford, they dug in deep for the majority of the game.
"They made it really difficult for us and dug in towards the end, but we know we should have taken our chances.
"We have to go again on Tuesday and try and get a result.
"What's done is done, and we just have to get ready."
Boss John Pemberton confirmed that Richard Peniket had suffered a slight hamstring injury in the first half on Saturday, and was withdrawn as a precaution. He'll need to be assessed ahead of the return trip.
Cameron Gregroy's return to training is thought to be imminent.
As previously stated, Jamie Sharman's loan period from Chesterfield is likely to end without him returning to action - he's been back receiving treatment with his parent club after picking up an injury at Blyth Spartans.
Admission and tickets
Supporters can pay on the night at Stafford. Admission will be £10.00 adults, £7.00 concessions and £2.00 U16s.
Seat transfer is available for an additional £2.00.
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Do I know you?
In terms of the 'did well for both' category, there can be few better candidates this weekend than Steve Burr. A Stafford Rangers legend as a player, Burr became a hugely popular manager here at Aggborough, arriving in 2009.
Harriers were perennial play-off challengers in the National League under his stewardship, going within one goal of winning promotion to the Football League in 2013, before ultimately being pipped to the title by Mansfield Town.
Burr would later go on to manage Stafford Rangers, too, with a short spell in the dugout there last year coming before his current role as a Scout at Fleetwood Town.
Current Rangers Joint Manager, Andy Fearn, was part of that Harriers management team between 2009 and 2014.
Stafford Rangers were regular opponents during the 80s and 90s, but last faced Harriers in the Conference in 2008.
Prior to Saturday, the two sides last met in the FA Cup in 1988, a 2-1 win for The Boro in the Fourth Qualifying Round.
There is one good omen for Harriers - they have defeated Stafford at this very stage of the FA Cup, all the way back in 1965 when a Peter Wassall goal helped the Reds to a 2-0 victory.
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