Championship Form!

They say that the mark of a good side is being able to grind out results and pick up points when playing badly; Harriers seem to have that down to a ‘T’ at the moment.

The last four games have seen them pick up two wins and two draws and they haven’t looked at all convincing in the last three.  Another old cliche that almost fits at the moment is "Win the home games, draw away", the last four games being split evenly two at Aggborough and two on the road, so 8 points from those four games is "Championship Form".

We also know that when Harriers hit any sort of form during a game they are too much for somee teams to handle, see the results against Exeter and York for example, although at the moment those games seem a lifetime away in terms of performance.

Maybe when the likes of Scott Bevan, Jeff Kenna, Simon Russell and Iyseden Christie are all back from injury and Mark Yates has a full squad to choose from then we will see a return to those days when we were blowing teams away and scoring goals for fun.

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