Kidderminster v Crawley

10 March 2009 09:12
Kidderminster manager Mark Yates will again be without Craig Armstrong (ban) for the visit of Crawley. However, Darryl Knights and Justin Richards are fully fit after their recent injuries and could start. Crawley are waiting on the fitness of Robbie Matthews who is rated as doubtful with a calf complaint. Former Harriers player Gavin Hurren, on loan from Mansfield, is in contention to start with Adam Quinn also hoping for a place in defence. Harriers manager Mark Yates told BBC Hereford and Worcester: "They [Crawley] watched us at Salisbury. I am not sure what they make of us but I don't care what they think, it's about how we play. "If we pick up four points from every two games then we are not going to be far away from the play-offs. "We have some tough games coming up and whether you play a side at the bottom or a side at the top it isn't easy. "We haven't set ourselves a points tally, I don't think you can. "We go out to win every game, our team selection is about winning matches and we will continue to try to do that. "The players know there is a lot of hard work ahead and we have to focus on the next game." There will be coverage of Kidderminster Harriers v. Crawley Town in a Sports Special on BBC Hereford and Worcester on Tuesday 10 March (1800 GMT)

Source: BBC_Sport