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PREVIEW: Harriers v Chester
7:16pm Friday 23rd August 2013 in News
STEVE Burr certainly won't be taking Chester for granted when the newly-promoted outfit come to Aggborough but he feels his side's attacking players will hit top gear very soon.
Chester have suffered a baptism of fire inthe Skrill Premier after losing their first three games but the Conference North champions will be looking to get back on track in Worcestershire.
Burr has been pleased with his side's creativity in the first three games and a collection of six points from a possible nine represents a good start.
But the manager feels there is still more to come.
He said: "Chester have got a good manager and deserved to win their league last season.
"They've found things tough so far but will be determined to get something from the game.
"But I have been very pleased with our performances so far and I think when we click up front very soon a team could be in trouble.
"Michael Gash is making a lot of chances and while Anthony Malbon hasn't scored yet I am not concerned because he's been playing well."
Jack Byrne is pushing for a start after a game changing substitute performance at Braintree last Saturday.
He and Mickey Demetriou have both shaken off knocks, while Jamie Tolley picked up an Achilles problem in the friendly game against Cheltenham.
Chester have earned three successive promotions since replacing Chester City and will be backed by a large travelling army.
Boss Neil Young has brought in Sunderland attacking midfielder Jordan Laidler and Bury winger Aidan Chippendale on a month's loan, with the duo both available for tomorrow.
Fans unable to make the clash can follow all the action with The Shuttle's love match updates from 2.30pm.
The action will kick-off from 3pm.
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