Harriers head north this afternoon to face Spennymoor neediing a win to begin to get back on track after Tuesday's humiliation at Stafford in the FA Cup.
A trip to Stourbridge awaits the winners of this evening's cup replay at Marston Road.
Harriers must travel to Marston Road on Tuesday after being held by Stafford Rangers in the FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round.
Harriers take a break from league action this afternoon to begin their FA Cup campaign with a visit from Stafford Rangers.
County Cup holders Harriers cruised into the second round with a comfortable win over Redditch Borough at Lea Castle.
Harriers finally recorded their first home win of the season with a comfortable victory over visiting Altrincham.
Harriers will make their sixth attempt at a first home win tomorrow with the visit of Altrincham to Aggboroough.
Harriers will look to leave their home woes behind and continue their good away form at bottom club Blyth tomorrow.
Harriers will look for a quick response to Saturday's defeat by Alfreton Town when Brackley Town are the visitors to Aggborough this evening.
There are two new faces available for Harriers ahead of this afternoon's encounter with Alfreton at Aggborough.
Harriers renew an old rivalry this afternoon when they face Kettering Town looking to bounce bck from Saturday's home defeat.
Unbeaten Chester will provide a stiff test this afternoon for Harriers who are still in search of their first home win of the season.
Harriers go in search of their second away win in a row tomorrow when they visit Tameside Stadium to take on Curzon Ashton.
Harriers threw away a two-goal lead and missed a penalty before slipping to their first home defeat of the season.
Fresh from their first win of the season at Bradford at the weekend Harriers look to follow it up with another when Gloucester visit Aggborough this evening.
Harriers overcame difficult conditions to record their first win of the season at bottom club Bradford.
Harriers head north tomorrow to take on bottom club Bradford as they search for their first win of the season.
A goal in each half at The New Buck's Head sent Harriers to their first defeat of the new season.
Harriers have a local derby this evening when the make the short trip to The New Buck's Head to face Telford.
Having come from behind to lead Harriers were pegged back by a late equaliser from ten-man Leamington.
Pre-season is over and the real stuff begins this afternoon as Harriers begin their fourth National League North campaign with the visit of Leamington to Aggborough.
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