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Burr’s fringe benefit for Harriers
KIDDERMINSTER Harriers are set to give game-time to some of their fringe players in tonight’s Worcestershire FA Senior Cup semi-final against Redditch United (7.30).
A raft of changes can be expected for the Aggborough clash as Harriers look to keep personnel fresh for their Blue Square Bet Premier promotion challenge.
Although last Saturday’s game at Newport County was postponed, Kidderminster will still have one eye on this weekend’s visit of Cambridge United.
Among those likely to be involved against the Reds, struggling at the wrong end of the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division, are goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan and defender Mike Williams.
Winger Ricky Shakes is also in the frame, while midfielder James Vincent could feature as he continues his recovery from a knee injury.
New signings Nat Jarvis and Amari Morgan-Smith are both available if needed as Harriers look to set-up a date against holders Stourbridge in the final.
With manager Steve Burr preparing for England ‘C’s International Challenge Trophy semi-final against Turkey in Dartford tonight, assistant Gary Whild takes charge of matters.
Harriers were runners-up in the county competition last season, although the final against Stourbridge was played during the summer.
* Hereford United make the short trip to Ludlow Town tonight for a practice match (7.30).