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- Harriers 1
- Dartford 2
- Max Cornhill heads Harriers ahead in the third minute
- Andy Pugh doubles away side's lead in the 25th minute
- Michael Gash pulls one back in the 49th minute
- HARRIERS take on Dartford in the Skrill Premier at Aggborough tonight (7.45pm ko). Follow all the action with The Shuttle's live match updates.
That is it! Harriers pressed but in the end it was not enough. This is definitely a case of three points dropped.
90- Chance! Gowling heads slightly wide and Malbon stabs wide at near post. Big miss!
Cieslewicz drives into the box and goes down too easily in the box under pressure from Tyrone Sterling.
Argentinian Santiago Aloi makes his debut when he replaces Marvin Johnson.
Argentinam Santiago Aloi ,Ames his debut when he replaces Marvin Johnson.
Dartford change in the 82nd minute. Ismail Kumar replaces Alex Wall.
80- Cieslewicz drives down the left delivers a good cross but the ball is too long.
Story is supported by Gavin Crowe by two players as he is helped off.
But the battling skipper wants to come back on.
Worry here as Kyle Storer is down injured in the centre circle. He came worse off after a meaty challenge.
70- Anthony Malbon almost breaks free but the flag goes up for offside.
Second change for Harriers as Lee Fowler is replaced by Anthony Malbon in the 67th minute.
Close! Gash sees a beauty of a volley crash off the bar?
Chance! Johnson droves down the left and delivers a low ball but a defender just beats Cieslewicz to it.
Adrian Cieslewicz makes his debut when he replaces Amari Morgan-Smith on the hour mark.
It is end to end stuff now. Danny Lewis does well to push away woodyard's low shot.
Lee Vaughan whips in a cross from the right and Alex Woodyard fires the ball off Lee Burns at the far post into the back of the net.
That is the break. Harriers have been second best throughout and could easily be trailing by more.
But at only 2-0 down there is hope of a fight back.
Free kick Harriers! Fowler's shot strikes a hand and after some debate a FK not a pen is given.
The set piece is only just outside the box but Mike Gash goes for a up and under and the ball flies over the bar.
46+1 Phew! Wall barges past Gowling, who looks as though he brongs down the striker. The referee is in a good and says no penalty!
43- Lee Fowler cracks in a fine right footed shot that Julian only just gets behind. Both boxes are very muddy and unpredictable.
41- Save! Danny Lewis sticks out a foot and does well to deny Elliott Bradbrook.
Phew! Harriers waste a free-kick and Dartord hit them on the break. The dangerous Wall cuts in from right and sees a firm low shot crash off the base of post.
Chance for Harriers. Byrne slides onto a low cross but keeper Alan Julian comes out to block.
32- Alex Wall is a foot taller then Danny Jackman and he drives
past the diminutive left-back and delivers a good cross that evades one of his team mates.
30- The rain has really started to come down. The pitch is getting really slick.
Harriers are trying to go forward but they look vulnerable on the break.
Harriers try to hit back. A shot goes wide from a forward player.
Too easy! Alex Wall runs past a host of ineffective challenges and fires in a shot that Lewis parries into path of Andy Pugh, who slots home.
Goal! Harriers 0, Dartford 2
22- Jackman is tripped on the left. Fowler tries to drive it in low and it goes behind for a corner.
19- The ball squirts through to Johnson but it is too pacey and ball goes out for a goal kick.
15- Dartford pump another high ball into the box and Alex Wall lumps ball over the box.
Phew! Danny Lewis flaps at a cross and Jim Stevenson volleys merely over the bar. Harriers not at races yet.
Too easy. Harriers gives ball away on the left. Alex Woodyard crosses from the left and Max Cornhill heads home.
Dartford are a test for Harriers, they might be in the bottom four but they defeated Harriers at their ground in September.
Harriers have not played since their FA Cup heroics against Peterborough last week after their game against Aldershot was called off.
Can they focus on the Skrill Premier with Saturday's trip to Sunderland on their minds?
Dartford: Julian, Sterling, Mitchel-King, Burns, Pugh, McAuley, Stevenson, Cornhill, Woodyard, Bradbrook, Wall.
Subs: Swallow, Hill, Kamar, Momger.
Referee: Declan Ford (Lincs)
Marvin Johnson is given a chance to shine in the starting line-up to fill the gap left by Joe Lolley.
New signings Adrian Cieslewicz and Santiago Aloi are on bench after getting their international clearance.
Harriers: Lewis, L Vaughan, Demetriou, Storer, Byrne, Fowler, Gash, Johnson, Jackman, Morgan-Smith, Gowling.
Subs: Dunkley, Malbon, N Vaughan, Cieslewicz, Aloi.
Good evening folks. I will be back at the helm from jiust after 7pm.