Preview: Harriers v Boston United - FA Trophy
A visit from York City awaits the winners tonight as Harriers and Boston face each other again at Aggborough.
After throwing away a two-goal lead with little over ten minutes remaining at York Street on Saturday Harriers will be looking to see out the game properly this time to book their place in Round One.
Tyrone Williams returns to the squad after suspension, so there should be a full complement of subs this evening, and Liam Truslove and Joel Taylor may be available, too; they missed the weekend game through illness.
Boston will be looking for their first win under new manager Craig Elliott once again, Saturday's draw was the first time his side even draw after losing the first two games under his leadership.
I expect Harriers to line-up as follows (4-3-3): Hall; Pearson, Austin, O'Connor, Horsfall; Weeks, Croasdale, McQuilkin; Ngwatala, Ironside, A. Brown.
Subs (from): Eve, Klukowski, Sonupe, Truslove, Williams.
Missing (injured): Bradley, Taylor, Vaughan, Wright.
Missing (on-loan): J. Brown, Clarke, Digie, Palmer.
Missing (dual reg.): Finch, Webb.
Taking charge of the game tonight will be Ben Cooke from Staffordshire who will be doing his second Harriers game having done last season's home defeat by Brackley.
The weather forecast for this evening says that it will be a nippy 3°C with some clouds and a 5% chance of rain.