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PREVIEW: Harriers v Bradford Park Avenue
2:25pm Tuesday 29th October 2013 in News
MICKEY Demetriou and James Dance could give injury-hit Harriers a boost for their FA Cup fourth qualifying round replay at home to Bradford Park Avenue tonight (7.45pm ko).
Winger Dance is available again after serving his three match ban, while Mickey Demetriou may play some part after the cast was taken off his broken wrist.
But assistant boss Gary Whild believes the club won't be rushing back Chey Dunkley (knee) or Michael Gash (hamstring) for tonight's clash.
Harriers have only had two days for prepare for the game after being held to a 1-1 draw in Bradford, where the Skrill North side took advantage of wet and windy conditions and a heavy pitch.
Whild was not worried about the lack of recovery time and believes it will affect their part-time opponents more.
He said: "It's not ideal that the match is only two days after the first game but I think Bradford might be more concerned."
Awaiting a trip to Kidderminster or Bradford in the first round are either Hemel Hempstead or Sutton United, who drew 3-3 on Saturday and also play again tonight.
Fans unable to make the game can follow the action with Shuttle Online's live match blog, which will have team news followed by the unfolding drama at Aggborough.
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