KIDDERMINSTER Harriers manager Jan Molby will be checking on the fitness of Scott Stamps and Ian Foster before finalising his side for tomorrow's Nationwide Leag-ue Division Three match against Carlisle United at Aggborough (3pm).

Defender Stamps has a knee injury while front-runner Foster is struggling to overcome a hamstring problem.

Both were substituted during Bank Holiday Monday's 2-0 victory at Brighton & Hove Albion.

Stamps has had a scan on the troublesome knee which has revealed no major damage.

He is rated as having a 50-50 chance of being fit in time to play tomorrow.

Stuart Brock will continue in goal in place of Tim Clarke who is out with a knee injury which requires surgery.

Molby said: "Tim has torn the lateral meniscus in his right knee and he will need an op-eration. If everything goes ac-cording to plan we expect he will be able to start training at the end of the month.

"Obviously, it is a blow for us as Tim is a terrific goalkeeper. But we are lucky to have two other excellent keepers in Brock and Brendan Murphy."

Molby watched Carlisle beat Shrewsbury Town 1-0 at the Gay Meadow on Tuesday night and is expecting his players to face another tough test tomorrow.

He said, "It will be another hard game. Ian Atkins has all his teams playing the same way. They are organised, and work very hard to make it difficult for the opposition.

"On Tuesday they contained Shrewsbury quite easily and as the game wore on they got stronger and better and I felt they were good value for their win.

"They have only lost one of their first four games and are obviously hoping to get away from the bottom region where they have spent the last couple of years. This time it looks as if they have got a team that is capable of at least mid-table safety.

"They can play if you allow them. Early on in their matches they are direct but as the game wears on they play some neat stuff."

Kidderminster go into tomorrow's clash on the back of what Molby describes as a "tremendous weekend".

A 2-0 home win over Halifax last Saturday was followed by their first away victory of the season in the match at Brighton.

He said: "We have got to build on that. What we don't want is complacency to set in.

"I still think we are at the stage where we have got to be delighted with every win we get, re-gardless of who it is against.

"We can't have the fans expecting to come to Aggborough and see us win, win, win. It's not going to work like that and the players know how hard they are going to have to work.

"I'd like to think we'd get a few more people here tomorrow than we did last Saturday against Halifax.

"Hopefully, we can get another good result to help us get a big date for our Worthington Cup match against Walsall on Tuesday."

Harriers have gone 19 home league matches without losing, the last time they tasted defeat being 2-1 against Nuneaton Borough in a Nat-ionwide Conference game on September 13 last year.

Kidderminster (from); Brock, Clarkson, Stamps, Hinton, Bennett, Horne, Bird, Foster, Shail, Bogie, Hadley, Smith, Webb, Ducros, Corbett, Murphy, Pope.