Kidderminster will be hoping to get their play-off charge back on track when they host Barrow at Aggborough on Saturday afternoon.
The Harriers have not won a league game since the 2-0 victory over Alfreton Town on January 21, a run of results which has seen Steve Burr's men slip to sixth in the standings.
The Bluebirds, meanwhile, have won two and drawn one of their last three encounters, hoisting the team to 10th - five points off the final play-off spot - and earning manager Dave Bayliss the Manager of the Month award for February.
The hosts will also be looking to avenge the defeat they suffered in the reverse fixture last October which saw Barrow romp to a 3-1 victory at Holker Street.
In team news, Kidderminster will resist the urge to rush Jamille Matt back to action following a back injury he sustained last weekend, while Mickey Demetriou (shoulder) will be handed a late fitness test.
The Harriers are, however, boosted by the return to fitness of Dan Bradley and Lee Hendrie who have overcome ankle and hamstring injuries respectively.
For Barrow, Tony Breeden is likely to retain his place between the sticks ahead of Dean Lyness, while Lee Hendrie, Anthony Malbon, Ryan Rowe and Marvin Johnson are all available for selection.
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