DREWE Broughton returns to Kidderminster Harriers attack for tomorrow's Nationwide League Division Three clash against fellow promotion hopefuls Luton Town at Aggborough (3pm).

Broughton missed last Saturday's 3-0 home victory over former Conference rivals Rushden & Diamonds because of suspension.

His comeback means Dean Bennett will drop back to midfield in place of Danny Williams who is ruled out because of a one-match ban for picking up five bookings.

Striker Ian Foster is also available after suspension and is likely to replace Andrew Corbett on the substitutes bench.

Front-runner Tony Bird continues to serve a three-match ban and will not be to play until Harriers trip to Halifax Town on December 22.

In-form Kidderminster go into tomorrow's match on the back of their best winning Football League run of four matches while Joe Kinnear's Luton have suffered defeat in their last three outings.

Last Saturday they crashed to a shock 4-1 defeat at lowly Macclesfield which followed a 1-0 home reversal against Hull City.

The Hatters' losing sequence also includes a 3-2 FA Cup first round loss at Southend United.

Aggborough boss Jan Molby said: "They have had some strange results recently after having looked like one of the best teams in the Third Division for quite a while. I still believe they are.

"They are just having a little bit of a wobble at the moment. People tell me that when they do play up to their potential they are better than other teams in this division.

"I think come the end of the season they will have been capable of winning enough games to have got themselves promoted.

"But it might not be a bad time to play them because they are having this difficult spell and we are having a good time at the moment.

"I remember the year we won the Conference the best run we produced was six consecutive wins, so if we could get five at this level it would be great.

"We are playing at home and we are playing well, but Luton are certainly capable of causing us problems. But I also think we can cause them one or two."

Kidderminster, meanwhile, are likely to be without defender Adie Smith for up two months.

The former Bromsgrove Rovers campaigner has been dogged by a groin injury in recent seasons and is now due to undergo surgery next Wednesday.

Kidderminster: Brock, Clarkson, Stamps, Blake, Hinton, Sall, Larkin, Bennett, Henriksen, Broughton, Appleby. Subs: Foster, Shilton, Ducros, Joy, Murphy.

FORMCAST: Harriers can extend their winning run with a 2-1 victory.