HARRIERS will look to end the regular season on a high when Bradford Park Avenue visit Aggborough this Saturday.

The Reds could extend their unbeaten run to seven games with victory and carry even more momentum into the National League North play-offs.

Kidderminster have already guaranteed themselves a fourth-placed finish and a home tie in the first 'eliminator' game in the end-of-season shake-up thanks to last Saturday's win at North Ferriby.

However, they will only find out who they are due to face in the first play-off game, which will be held next Wednesday (May 2), after this weekend's fixtures.

They go into Saturday's clash with Bradford after another fine away win over North Ferriby.

A much-changed Harriers side saw George Waring, Andre Brown, goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan and Joel Taylor all feature in the 3-1 victory.

The success came thanks to an assured showing, with Waring and Joe Ironside both on the scoresheet alongside Lee Vaughan.

Boss John Eustace said: "The players got on with it, it was a very professional performance.

“I was pleased with the way we went about things; George and Joe getting on the scoresheet was great and Vaughany getting in on it was good.

“George, whenever he has come on, has never let us down. He deserved a start and I was pleased with him scoring the goal.

“Andre Brown was magnificent and he really deserved a goal – his performance was fantastic.

“All round, it was very professional and I was pleased.”

There was concern at one stage on Saturday as Fraser Horsfall was forced to withdraw with injury after landing awkwardly.

Eustace, however, added: “I think it will be absolutely fine. It was just to make sure he didn’t put any more pressure on it or do any more damage."

The defender has since been called up to represent Harriers on England C duty next month.

Horsfall featured in the last Three Lions game – a fixture against Wales – and will again be involved when the squad gather in May.

Paul Fairclough’s group will meet the Football Association of Ireland Amateur XI in Dublin on Sunday, May 27.

He is just one of five players to be selected from step two of non-league football.