Kidderminster Harriers boss Steve Burr has warned his side not to become complacent when they face Eastbourne Borough in the Blue Square Bet Premier on Saturday despite their run of six games unbeaten in the league.
Harriers' recent form has seen them move to within a point of the play-off places while their opponents have not won in the last six and occupy 16th place on the table - some eight points behinds their weekend rivals.
Burr told the Express and Star: "We have picked up some good results and put ourselves within touching distance of the play-offs.
"We want to keep that run going but we know that Garry Wilson has done a tremendous job down at Eastbourne.
"It's a good and well-run club and, on their day, they are an outfit that can cause teams problems so we will have to be at our best on Saturday."
Kidderminster will have to make do without midfielder Jack Byrne, who is serving the second of a two-match ban as well as defender Mark Albrighton, who has an ankle injury. Defenders Ollie Thorne and Aaron Griffiths will be in contention though after finishing their suspensions. This will also be Marc Williams' last game before he returns to Wrexham.
Borough were victorious the last time the two sides met at Aggborough at the beginning of last season and manager Garry Wilson will no doubt want a repeat of that performance.
He has a number of injury concerns though with Gary Elphick still struggling with a calf strain, while Ross Treleaven and Andy Atkin are both hamstrung.
But midfielders Matt Smart and Matt Crabb return after ankle and a kidney infection respectively while on-loan defender Joe Partington is back after completing a one-match ban.
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