Bath City v Harriers

  • Kick off: 7:45pm Tue 28 Sep 10
  • Referee:
  • Venue: Twerton Park
Final score:
Bath City FC 2 - 0 Kidderminster Harriers

Kidderminster Shuttle: whistle icon 9:40pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Final whistle It's over! Harriers looked jaded tonight and were a pale shadow of the side that beat Wimbledon. If one of their chances had been scored in the first half it might have been a different story but that's football.

9:39pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Kaid Mohamed wastes a chance to put this game to bed. He had a one-on-one but with too much time to think, he shoots wide.

9:38pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Tom Shaw finds Nick Wright, whose shot is deflected behind.

9:36pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Harriers are probing but I fear it won't be enough. Lee Vaughan's cross is headed over by Chris McPhee.

9:35pm Tue 28 Sep 10: There's still time for a miracle here, there's five minutes of time added on.

9:32pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Darren Edwards' shot comes off a defender for a Bath corner.

9:30pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Keith Briggs almost pulls a goal back. His 25-yard free-kick rattle the bar.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 9:28pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Substitution Tom Shaw replaces Lee Morris.

Kidderminster Shuttle: yellow card 9:28pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Yellow card Lee Morris' frustration boils over when he hacks down Joe Edwards. He's rightly booked.

9:27pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Kaid Mohamed races into Harriers' area but runs in Jack Byrne, who clears the danger.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 9:25pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Substitution Adie Harris comes on for Bath, replacing Alex Russell.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 9:23pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Substitution Bath change: Darren Edwards on for Lee Phillips.

9:21pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Harriers are stepping it up now. Ryan Robinson panics when a City players heads it his way. From the resulting corner, Harriers have ball in the net but the referee blows for a foul by Ollie Thorne on the keeper.

9:20pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Chris McPhee does well to drive into the box but his attempted cut back was blocked by a Bath defender.

9:18pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Lee Morris is fouled by Jim Rollo. Keith Briggs' free-kick is easily cleared by Bath.

9:16pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Keith Briggs blazes over the bar from 30-yards out. He was nicely set up by good play by Lee Vaughan and Chris McPhee.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 9:15pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Substitution Marley Watkins is replaced by Sekani Simpson. The on-loan Cheltenham man has really caused Harriers problems.

9:13pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Despite the changes, Harriers are struggling to get hold of the ball.

9:12pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Adam Connolly deflects off a Harriers player for a Bath corner.

Kidderminster Shuttle: yellow card 9:09pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Yellow card Michael Briscoe is harshly booked. Marley Watkins went down very easily.

9:08pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Marc Williams passes to Lee Morris on left edge of box, he cuts inside but screws shot wide.

9:07pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Dany Lewis stoops to collect Marley Watkins' low shot.

9:04pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Adam Connolly's free-kick comes off the Harriers wall for a corner. Marc Canham's set-piece isn't cleared properly initially but Harriers eventually clear the danger.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 9:02pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Substitution Steve Burr's gone for it here, taking off wingers Callum Gittings and David Hankin for Nick Wright and Marc Williams.

9:01pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Another good chance. Lee Morris chests the ball down to David Hankin, who rifles a shot straight at the keeper.

9:00pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Harriers' first attack of the half. Jack Byrne drives forward and saw a 20-yard effort smothered by the keeper.

8:55pm Tue 28 Sep 10: A goal for Harriers could change this game. Bath give the ball to Keith Briggs. He finds Lee Vaughan on the right and sends in a low cross trying to find Chris McPhee, but the ball is intercepted.

8:53pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Lee Morris tries to release Chris McPhee, who is a fraction offside.

8:51pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Joe Edwards whips in a cross for Bath but Olliver Thorne puts Lee Phillips off.

8:50pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Steve Burr has resisted the temptation to make any changes. Let's see what then can do!

Kidderminster Shuttle: whistle icon 8:34pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Half time That's the break. Harriers have had their chances but that second goal is a real blow. They paid the price for a slow start but looked as though they were back in the game when the second one went in.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Goal icon 8:30pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Goal! Just when Harriers looked as though they were getting on top, they go 2-0 down. Oliver Thorne's clearance hitds a team-mate and falls into the path of Alex Russell, who makes no mistake from close range.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Goal icon 8:29pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Goal! Bath break and Alex Russell plays Lee Thorpe in, the shot is cleared behind.

8:27pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Callum Gittings races onto Lee Morris' lovely lofted pass. A good defender forces him wide.

8:24pm Tue 28 Sep 10: David Hankin is denied by the woodwork! Lee Morris races onto long ball forward the pulls the ball back to Hankin. The wideman's rising shot crashes off the underside of the bar and out to safety.

8:21pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Adam Connolly shoots side from 12-yards out after good work by Lee Phillips.

8:21pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Lee Phillips races past Michael Briscoe on the left wing. The centreback recovers well and Oliver Thorne wins the ball off the Bath striker.

8:20pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Ryan Robinson punches away Callum Gittings' free-kick on the left.

8:16pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Lee Morris races to control a long ball forward but he's pushed wide by Jim Rollo. Harriers having more pressure.

8:15pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Keith Briggs tries to race onto Lee Vaughan's through ball but Ryan Robinson rushes out to clear the danger.

8:11pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Kaid Mohamed is looking very sharp for Bath. From 20-yards out be unleashes a dipping shot over the bat that Danny Lewis watches fly over the bar.

8:09pm Tue 28 Sep 10: There could have been goals for both sides then. From a corner, Chris McPhee's near post head is blocked. On a Bath counter-attack, Kaid Mohamed sets up Marley Watkins but Danny Lewis saves.

8:08pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Lee Morris comes to life. He drives 10 yards as scares the life out of Bath's defence. His low shot is saved by Ryan Robinson.

8:07pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Lee Morris turns and speeds past Danny Webb but his cross was too long.

8:05pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Harriers are still under pressure. Jack Byrne fouls Kaid Mohamed and from the resulting 20-yard free-kick, Marc Canham's effort is just over the bar.

8:02pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Harriers try to hit back. Lee Morris and Chris McPhee swaps passes but McPhee rolls a shot from a tight angle across the face of goal. Moments later, David Hankin heads wide.

8:00pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Disaster for Harriers! Jack Byrne brings down Marley Watkins and Kaid Mohammd slams the ball to the left of Danny Lewis.

7:58pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Callum Gittings bursts into the box to meet Lee Vaughan's cross but the ball breaks to the keeper.

7:56pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Joe Edwards looks lively for Bath and he powers down the right but his low cross is cleared by Mike Williams.

7:56pm Tue 28 Sep 10: At the moment Harriers aren't firing and the game is pretty scrappy.

7:54pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Lee Vaughan's free-kick to the far post was blocked. Harriers have yet to get into the game.

7:49pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Oliver Thorne concedes a corner under pressure from Lee Phillips. Danny Lewis spills the corner but after a moment of panic, Jack Byrne clears.

7:48pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Marc Canham has a pop from distance but his right-footed first time hit flies high and wide.

7:46pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Worrying moment when a quickly take free-kick is scored by Alex Russell but the referee blows because it was taken too quickly. Russell takes it again but this time it hits Jack Byrne.

7:45pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Very positive start by Harriers. Keith Briggs plays David Hankin down the right and his cross was taken by the keeper.

7:45pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Harriers will fancy their chances of making it seven games unbeaten in Conference Premier here but City are tough nuts to crack on their home ground, losing just once to Wrexham. But Harriers' away form is excellent, apart from a defeat at Newport, and will be aiming to maintain that record, especially with tough games against Crawley and Grimsby coming up soon.

7:45pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Bath make two changes from the side that lost 2-1 at Fleetwood. Alex Russell makes his debut after signing this week on a non-contract basis, while Marley Watkins comes in. Ryan Robinson is in goal, with a back four of Joe Edwards (RB), Jim Rollo (CB), Danny Webb (CB) and Sido Jombarti (LB). In midfield, City have Adam Connolly and Marc Canham in the central positions, with Marley Watkins on the right and Alex Russell the left. Lee Phillips and Kaid Mohamed are City's strikers.

7:45pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Good evening Harriers fans! Welcome to Shuttle Online's live coverage of Bath versus Harriers at Twerton Park. Harriers boss Steve Burr makes no changes to the side that so thoroughly outplayed AFC Wimbledon on Sunday.

7:45pm Tue 28 Sep 10: Shuttle Online will have live match updates from Harriers' Blue Square Bet Premier clash at Bath City on Tuesday night.

TEAM LINE-UPS

  • Bath City FC
  • MANAGER
  • Adie Britton
  • PLAYERS
  • Adam Connolly
  • Alex Russell
  • Danny Webb
  • Jim Rollo
  • Joe Edwards
  • Kaid Mohamed
  • Lee Phillips
  • Marc Canham
  • Marley Watkins
  • Ryan Robinson
  • Sido Jombarti
  • SUBSTITUTES
  • Adie Harris
  • Callum Hart
  • Darren Edwards
  • Hector Mackie
  • Sekani Simpson
  • Kidderminster Harriers
  • MANAGER
  • Steve Burr
  • PLAYERS
  • Callum Gittings
  • Chris McPhee
  • Danny Lewis
  • David Hankin
  • Jack Byrne
  • Keith Briggs
  • Lee Morris
  • Lee Vaughan
  • Michael Briscoe
  • Mike Williams
  • Ollie Thorne
  • SUBSTITUTES
  • Andy Stevens
  • Marc Williams
  • Mark Albrighton
  • Nick Wright
  • Tom Shaw


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