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PREVIEW: Wrexham v Harriers
Updated 3:00pm Friday 7th March 2014 in News
HARRIERS defender Chey Dunkley looks set to miss tomorrow’s clash at Wrexham.
The gifted young defender has been talking to the club’s medical staff over a knee injury which may need minor surgery.
Jack Byrne (hamstring) is unavailable while Michael Gash is set for a longer spell on the sidelines because of his hamstring problem.
New signing Amari'i Bell could make his debut completing his loan move from Birmingham City.
Kidderminster will be aiming to bounce back at The Racecourse Ground after last week’s 5-1 loss at Cambridge.
Defeat means Harriers are tenth in the table and fourth points off the top five, so there is no room for error if they want to push for promotion.
Whild replaced Andy Thorn as manager this week until the end of the season and with 13 games of the season left, he is not ruling out a late surge.
He said: “Results are needed straight away and that is one of the things that appealed to me.
“We aren’t saying ‘Yeah, we’re gonna be in the play-offs’ and we aren’t coming here to just play out the season but we are coming in to get some results.
“Once we do that, the other things follow on from that so we know where we are, we know we have a great squad of talented lads and we’ve got to get back on track as quickly as possible.”
Wrexham are also in desperate need of the points as caretaker boss Billy Barr hopes to permanently replace Andy Morrell, who left lat month.
The Dragons are having a poor season by their own high standards after several seasons where they narrowly missed out on promotion.
Fans unable to make the trip can follow all the action with The Shuttle’s live match updates.
We’ll have team news and all the build-up before the 3pm kick-off.
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