HARRIERS head back on the road on Saturday as they travel to York City.
The trip to the league leaders comes just days after the 1-0 defeat at Darlington on Wednesday night.
Another long journey now awaits as Harriers, once again, have to try to bounce back from defeat.
Kick-off at Bootham Crescent is at 3:00pm.
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The trip to York is always a tough one, but this weekend's journey is decidedly more so, with the hosts in deadly form.
The table-toppers have yet to taste defeat in the league this term and, in fact, haven't been beaten in any competition in more than six months.
Steve Watson's charges have stormed to the top of the table and into the First Round proper of the Emirates FA Cup.
Striker Richard Peniket on the York City game:
"They're top of the league and it's a real challenge.
"These are the games you want to play in, and we're really looking forward to.
"Everyone outside of the group will be expecting York to win, but we feel different.
"They're well organised and are a solid team, they've got good depth and lads who've been there and done it.
"[But] hopefully, on our day, we can cause them a lot of problems."
Harriers will check on the fitness of on-loan defender Rhys Williams ahead of the game.
The youngster suffered a broken nose in the Darlington defeat, but boss John Pemberton refused to to rule him out of Saturday's trip too soon.
Admission and tickets
Seating is available at an extra £1.00, save for U5s who remain free. Away fans enter Bootham Crescent through turnstiles 14 to 23 in Grosvenor Road, where an uncovered terrace is available. There are additional, covered seats available to away fans in section U of the Popular Stand, immediately to the left of the Grosvenor Road End and running along the side of the pitch.
Travelling supporters do not need to enter the car park at Bootham Crescent in order to enter the ground although the Club Shop is situated just inside the main gates and is open to all supporters prior to kick-off.
At the time of writing, Harries are 33/10 to pick up a win at York City with our betting partner, FansBet.
If you're feeling particularly adventurous and feel like wagering that spare fiver, Harriers are a massive 49/1 to repeat their 3-0 win from last season.
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Do I know you?
To say there have been a few players to have represented both Harriers and York City would be something of an understatement.
Current Aggborough top scorer, Ashley Chambers, is a former City favourite having scored for the Minstermen at Wembley during his spell there.
Former Harriers skipper, Keith Lowe, also featured at Bootham Crescent, as did David McDermott, Adam Bartlett, Duane Courtney, Manny Panther, Amari Morgan-Smith, Matty Blair, Adam Boyes, Simon Heslop, Joe Ironside, Craig Nelthorpe, Simon Russell, Michael Gash, John Williams, Danny Pilkington, Simon Brown, John McGrath, Kennedy Digie, Darryn Stamp, Andy Bishop, Chris Beardsley, and Yan Klukowski.
That is all without mentioning our own assistant manager, Russ Penn. Russ made over 100 appearances for York across two spells.
Saturday's game is the 32nd meeting between Harriers and York City.
It's an entirely recent history, too, with the first encounter less than 20 years ago, a 3-1 Aggborough win in the Football League, with Adie Smith and Ian Foster on target for the hosts.
Since then, Harriers have won 11 further matches, including last season's at Bootham Crescent.
City, though, have won the last two meetings, an FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round tie just over a year ago, and the league match at Aggborough back in February of this year.
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