Can Imps & Stags Do Each Other Favours Then?

Lincoln City and Mansfield could do each other a massive favour with  The Stags visiting Barrow whilst we go to their rivals for the title Kidderminster Harriers.  More realistically, a draw for us and a win for them would also be just the job.

A warm welcome to The Harriers visiting the site for the first time, thank you for reading the Form of the Foe courtesy of Neil Gentleman-Hobbs 

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Saturday  6th April K.O 3pm

GROUND GUIDE

Away Fans Pricing

U8’s FREE

Adults £17 stand

£14 Terrace

Cons£11 stand£8 Terrace U16£8 stand£5 Terrace 

 

South Stand Terrace (Cap 1500)Bill Greaves or East Stand (500)

 

Concessions apply to Over 65’s and Students (up to 22 years of age with a valid NUS card).

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Kidderminster are top dogs by a single point, with the Stags a point behind with three games in hand.  The Imps are 16th yet despite being a BSP form side we are still just 4 points from the drop zone.

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 up 12 Kidderminster Harriers 43 25 9 9 73 39 34 84
2 Mansfield Town 40 26 5 9 80 46 34 83
14 down 14 Hyde FC 42 15 7 20 59 65 -6 52
15 down 15 Alfreton Town 41 13 12 16 58 68 -10 51
16 down 16 Lincoln City 42 13 11 18 59 65 -6 50
17 down 17 Southport 43 13 11 19 68 81 -13 50
18 down 2 Tamworth 41 13 9 19 49 61 -12 48
19 up 1 Gateshead 41 11 14 16 49 56 -7 47
20 down 20 Nuneaton 42 11 14 17 48 61 -13 47
21 down 21 Stockport County 42 12 10 20 53 68 -15 46
22 down 7 Barrow 42 11 13 18 44 72 -28 46
23 down 1 Ebbsfleet United 40 8 13 19 52 79 -27 37
24 down 24 AFC Telford United 43 5 17 21 49 72 -23 32

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Likely Team & scheme

Steve Burr favours 4-3-3

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1 Lewis

2 Vaughan 22 Dunkley 30 Gowling 3 Demitriou

21 Briggs 4 Storer 16 Jackman

10 Malbon 20 Gash 14 Pilkington

Kidderminsterbadge.pngThe Harriers’ Form

Safe to say the hosts are good home and away, claiming 2nd and first in the BSP respectively. Kidderminster have stormed to the top after an incredible run that saw them overturn the handicap of losing their first five games. The addition of Josh Gowling coincided with a run of 25 wins, 8 draws and 4 defeats, for the fourth biggest budget in the division.

Recent Results (last game 1st) Results breakdown
Luton 1                    
Harriers 2   G W D L F A GD Pts Position
Harriers 2 Home  21 13 4 4 42 22 20 43 2
Braintree 1 Away  22 12 5 5 31 17 14 41 1
Harriers 2 Overall  42 25 9 9 73 39 34 84 1
Braintree 2 The last 5′s
Southport 1   G W D L F A GD Pts Position
Harriers 3 Overall 5 4 1 0 11 6 5 13 2
Newport 1 Home  5 4 1 0 14 7 7 13 2
Harriers 2 Away 5 4 0 1 10 6 4 12 2
Harriers 4 Form By Month
Tamworth 1   G W D L F A GD Pts Position
Grimsby 1 January 5 3 0 2 5 2 3 9 2
Harriers 3 February 5 5 0 0 12 3 9 15 2
March 8 1 1 19 11 8 19 2

 

Kidderminsterbadge.pngKer-ching £££

Highest Home Gate 3674 Hereford
Lowest home gate 1457 Hyde
Average Home Gate 1988  
Total Turnstile Clicks 41,759  

Kidderminsterbadge.pngHeroes & Villains

       
Heroes Goals   Assists
Malbon 17 Malbon 6
Rowe 10 Storer 6
Matt 8 Johnson 6
Johnson 6 Vaughan 6
    Demitriou  6
Villains Yellows   Reds
Storer 10 Clancy 1
Vaughan 9    
Dunkley 6    
Briggs 6    
Gowling    
YELLOWS 57  REDS 1

Kidderminsterbadge.pngKeeper corner – Daniel Lewis

The 30 year-old was dropped for 10 games after the Harriers awful start to the season. But since his return Daniel has made the no1 position his own, keeping 10 clean sheets and putting in some man-of-th-match performances.  He commands his box and marshals his defence well, but our aerial presence could still rattle him and his in-form back four.

Games Sub Conceded Saves Mins Played Clean sheets Mins per goal Yc’s Rc’s
30 0 27 140 2700 10 100 0 0
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Posted on April 4, 2013, in Relegation Reprieve 2012/13, The Form of The Foe, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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