KIDDERMINSTER Harriers have fond memories of the Emirates FA Cup in recent times and they will be hoping to add to that this weekend when they host League One side Fleetwood Town to Aggborough in the first-round. 

Harriers will look to put their league struggles to one side against a similarly out-of-form Fleetwood outfit, who sit third-bottom in the third-tier of English football.

You don't have to go back long to find the last time Harriers produced some FA Cup magic. 

Two seasons ago they famously beat Reading 2-0 at Aggborough before coming within seconds of beating Premier League West Ham, who scored in the final minutes of both normal time and extra-time to progress past Kiddy in the third round. 

50 places separate Harriers - at the bottom of the National League - and Fleetwood in 22nd in League One but Sunday afternoon will likely provide a necessary distraction from what has been a difficult season for Russ Penn's men.

Despite propping up the division, only eight points separate the bottom half of the table and Harriers have won three of their last six games in all competitions, including the 2-0 win over Ashton United to reach the first-round proper of the competition.

And they host a Fleetwood side low on confidence themselves after winning just one of their last six games in all competitions.

There is enough evidence to suggest an upset could be on the cards and the supporters will certainly be doing their best to create an atmosphere similar to that of the crowds that packed the stands for those memorable games against reading and West Ham. 

Kick-off on Sunday is at 2PM with highlights of the game being shown on ITV.