MARK Yates must make full-back changes as Kidderminster Harriers look to sign off a disappointing home campaign with a win on Saturday.

Harriers have lost 10 Conference matches at Aggborough and scored just 19 goals in 22 matches there.

But they will have a job on their hands to improve that record when third-placed Morecambe aim to cement their play-off place with a victory.

Yates has to cope without loan right-back Glenn Wilson, recalled by Rushden due to an injury crisis at Nene Park, and banned left-back Jonny Harkness, who was sent off in Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Aldershot.

The experienced Jeff Kenna should be fit to return after a slight abductor knock, while Yates may use winger Michael Blackwood in defence where he played successfully earlier in the season.

Key midfielder Russ Penn is serving the second game of a three-match suspension for collecting 15 yellow cards which could mean a return to the starting line-up for Gavin Hurren.

Strikers Luke Reynolds and Gary Hay, given a chance in the goalless draw with the Shots, may find themselves replaced by top scorer James Constable and Iyseden Christie.

Yates apologised for the poor midweek display, which attracted less than 1,200 home fans, and admitted the FA Trophy final with Stevenage Borough on May 12 seemed to be preoccupying his players' minds.

The Harriers manager said: "I felt sorry for the supporters. We didn't give them anything to get excited about.

"The players' attitude has been spot on for most of the season but we've got to sort our home form out.

"That's what we'll be working desperately hard to do over the coming months to make sure next season we turn Aggborough into a fortress.

"A big apology to the fans. Those who did turn up didn't get a particularly good performance.

"We've got a lot of boys in the squad and the Trophy final must be in the back of their minds but I appreciate the fans clapping the players off."

Morecambe require a win to secure their play-off berth although defeats for top-five rivals can book them a place regardless.

Sammy McIlroy's team lost 2-1 at Weymouth last Saturday to end a run of five games without a defeat, including a 3-3 draw at Stevenage and a 2-0 win at relegated St Albans.

Harriers lost 2-1 at Morecambe in the FA Cup in November but won 1-0 seven weeks previously in the league with Christie on target.