RELEGATION-BATTLING Kidderminster Harriers look set to be without striker Arthur Gnahoua after he injured his ankle in Saturday 1-1 draw at Woking.

The French striker had to come off at the end of the first half after he took a knock and he will miss tomorrow’s National League home clash against Tranmere Rovers (3pm).

Kidderminster will be looking to build on Saturday’s battling display in which they came from behind to earn a point.

Dan Carr fired the Cards ahead in the 14th minute but James McQuilkin’s third goal in two games ensured a share of the spoils.

Hereford warmed up for the sell-out Midland League Premier Division top-of-the-table clash against Alvechurch at Lye Meadow tomorrow (3pm) with a 7-0 battering of Bardon Hill in front of 2,840 fans at Edgar Street.

Mustapha Bundu grabbed four goals for Hereford, while Rob Purdie, Anthony Robbins and Mike Symons also netted.

Alvechurch remain five points clear at the top after a late goal gave them a 1-0 home victory against 10-man Heanor Town. Stourport Swifts lost 1-0 at Coventry Sphinx.

Four goals from Adam Mann saw Evesham United to a comprehensive 5-1 win at Bridgwater Town in the Evo-Stik Southern League Division One South and West.

Clayton Green also hit the target for the Robins.