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Harriers bid to bounce back
10:16am Tuesday 24th September 2013 in News
HARRIERS attempt to bounce back from Saturday’s 3-0 drubbing at Dartford when they host promoted side FC Halifax Town at Aggborough tonight (7-45pm kick-off).
Manager Steve Burr was missing key midfield man Kyle Storer and his England C central defender Chey Dunkley at Dartford, both being sidelined with knee injuries.
Skipper Storer will have a late fitness test, although Burr will be mindful that Harriers are back in action again on Friday night at home to Aldershot and won’t want to rush the midfielder back too quickly.
Dunkley won’t feature tonight at all after aggrevating his knee injury in the victory over Tamworth and could be out for a couple of weeks.
Josh Gowling returned in central defence to partner Jamie Grimes at Dartford and Burr is likely to stick with this partnership despite the defeat.
Burr also had midfield man Danny Jackman and striker Joe Lolley on the bench at Dartford and they could come into contention for a starting place tonight along with striker Nathan Blissett, who has not figured so far this term.
Halifax have proved a real force at home, but their away form is less impressive and have only picked up one point on their travels so far compared with 16 at home.
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