Oxford v Kidderminster Harriers

19 February 2010 12:45
New loan signing Ashley Cain will go straight into the Oxford squad in place of winger Alfie Potter (hamstring), who is out for up to six weeks.Several U's players have minor knocks, including midfielder Dannie Bulman. [LNB]Kidderminster may give new loan signing Ross Atkins his debut in goal as cover for the injured Dean Coleman. [LNB]Experienced Marcus Bignot has returned on non-contract terms, while 19-year old striker James Lawrie could feature after joining on loan from Port Vale. [LNB]Kidderminster are unbeaten in six games and have picked up four points from their league games with the U's this season. [LNB][LNB]Oxford boss Chris Wilder told BBC Oxford:[LNB]"They will try and turn us over and get themselves into the semi-final. It's a big prize - a Wembley date - and we need to be right. [LNB]"Our league programme is important but there is no reason why we can't progress as Saturday is a one-off." [LNB]Kidderminster assistant manager John Finnigan told BBC Hereford & Worcester:[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "I am sure they know they are going to be in for a tough game and we do too. [LNB]"It will be a good one and there is a lot at stake. [LNB]"Winning is good for everyone as it is good for confidence and the club's finances. [LNB]"It is another step closer to Wembley if we can manage it so it is good on all fronts. [LNB]"That is why we have been preparing meticulously over these last few days and hopefully we can get it right on Saturday."

Source: BBC_Sport