BORO LIVE: Kidderminster Harriers v Stevenage Borough
Kidderminster Harriers v Stevenage Borough Blue Square Premier Saturday, April 17 - 3pm kick off Aggborough Stadium, Hoo Road, Kidderminster, DY10 1NB The season so far: BORO could clinch the title and automatic promotion to the Football League when the
Kidderminster Harriers v Stevenage Borough
Blue Square Premier
Saturday, April 17 - 3pm kick off
Aggborough Stadium, Hoo Road, Kidderminster, DY10 1NB
The season so far:
BORO could clinch the title and automatic promotion to the Football League when they take on Kidderminster Harriers this Saturday.
- 1 Two reports of indecent exposure in Stevenage
- 2 Murder trial told Ian Stewart was 'so cross' after sister-in-law called coroner
- 3 Closure order granted for Hitchin flat after anti-social behaviour
- 4 New housing to meet high demand in Stevenage
- 5 Stevenage health lead 'appalled' as Lister stroke unit is downgraded again
- 6 Pick up your new look Comet every Thursday
- 7 Woman sentenced after Aldi bottle smashing spree
- 8 Will housing expand into Green Belt land near Hitchin?
- 9 Axes and knives found during weapons raid
- 10 Plan B measures to be scrapped across England
Charlie Griffin's late strike at Altrincham on Wednesday night secured a narrow 1-0 win which means that Graham Westley's men can make history if they pick up three points at Aggborough.
Boro have won 11 of their last 12 games in the league and now know that just one more victory in their final three matches will be enough.
Kidderminster have only had a short-time to prepare for the game as they twice came from behind to draw with Hayes & Yeading on Thursday evening.
The point sees Steve Burr's men retain 10th spot in the Blue Square Premier, after mixed results in the last six have seen the Harriers win, draw and lose two times a piece.
Last time out:
Boro will be playing Kiddie for the fourth time this season after last month's two-leg FA Trophy semi-final. Their last meeting saw a hard-fought 0-0 at the Lamex Stadium to ensure Boro progressed to a Wembley final with Barrow, although much of the hard work had been done in the first tie at Aggborough
The ground holds good omens for Westley's team as their last visit saw them run out convincing 5-1 winners, although in Saturday's league fixture any win will suffice.
The hosts are likely to ring the changes as they play their second game in three days, with manager Burr stating he will utilise his squad the best he can.
Winger Marc Goodfellow (groin) missed Thursday's match but could be in contention.
Griffin will be pushing for a starting berth for the visitors following his goal in midweek, while Stacy Long may return to the first XI after remaining an unused substitute at Altringham.
For those of you unable to attend, you can keep up-to-date with goings on by using our BORO LIVE service which will start around 30 minutes prior to kick off.