GOALS will be the order of the day for Kidderminster Harriers who have drawn their last two games 0-0.

Boss Jan Molby was delighted with the clean sheets against Rochdale and Scunthorpe but is demanding a more positive approach at home to struggling Darlington.

However, midfielder Neil MacKenzie - who has made a great impact since his free-transfer move from Cambridge - should still be out with a knee injury.

Dean Bennett is expected to shake off a knock to the knee and Harriers should otherwise have an unchanged squad with Adie Smith still out due to a groin problem. Dean Bennett

Darlington may be perilously close to the bottom of Division Three but their recent results have been good apart from Tuesday night's 2-0 defeat at York.

After signing midfielder Mark Ford for £15,000 from Torquay in mid-February, the York loss is their only one in five games with victories over Cheltenham and Carlisle.

Harriers fielded an attacking line-up in a bid to win a vital clash.

Jan Molby included John Durnin, Stewart Hadley and Drewe Broughton in a bid to go for gold.

Darlington, hit by six long-term injuries, also had to rule out left-back Olivier Bernard with a knee problem.

Midfielder Paul Campbell was brought into the side and Steve Harper was expected to fill in on the left side of defence.

Kidderminster: Clarke, Clarkson, Stamps, Webb, Hinton, Bennett, Bird, Shail, Durnin, Hadley, Broughton, Subs: Brock, Skovbjerg, Davies, Bogie, Doyle.

Darlington: Keen, Kilty, Liddle, Brightwell, Ford, Campbell, Naylor, Burmwell, Harper, Marcelle, Jackson, Subs: Reed, Convery, Hodgson, Finch, Williams. Referee: P Alcock of Halstead